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The publishers in offurinj this, their first attempt, at Directory work, dc. so with.*" 
«ou3(5iousne3s that no pains and no expense have bean spared to make the •vrork per- 
fect and complete. For canvassers they selected the very best men they could And. 
In consequence of the ietusal of some parties to give their names, who were afraid of 
" jury duty," the canvassers were unable to obtain several names, and in some case* 
in consequence of the absence of occupants of houses the names had to be obtained 
from neighbors ; hence, some names are probably wrong in spelling or initials. The 
historical part of th'? work bas been prepared by Myron Finch, Esq., a gentleman who 
was among the earlier settlers of the place, who has been a constant resident here, 
and whose pen needs no commendations from thsm. That the book is perfect they do not 
claim, but they do claim a degree of perfection that will make it of great value to t.h« 
people of the town. Hoping that the work will be well received by the public and that 
they will receive the necessary encouragement to repeat the work year after year, and 
thereby give the public a reliable means of finding out each other's abiding place, a 
necessity that has long been recognized in all large cities and villages in the world ; 
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PROPERTY OF THE''' 
CITY OF NEW YORK 

■History of Mor^isania 



In the early part of the year 1848, several mechanics and laboring men 
in the City of New Yoric began to discuss the feasibility of seeking some 
place near the city where they could erect dwellings, no matter how 
humble, and with their families, settle down in them with the satisfaction 
of knowing that they were not at the mercy of landlords. Nor was this 
the only reason that led them to seek " homes" in the country. They 
were weary of the noise and bustle of the city, and most heartly tired of 
being cooped up in small tenements which they could not call their own, 
and which afforded but indifferent accommodations for themselve*! and 
their households, The moi'e the subject was discussed, the more feasible 
did the project appear and discussion led to action. A public meeting 
was called of those interested in the object, at Military Hall, No. 193 Bow- 
ery, and here the matter was fullv talked over. The first meeting was 
succeeded by another one, and that by another, until at length, it was re- 
solved that the object was attainable, and a committee was appointed to 
" prospect" in the vicinity of the city and to report the result at a subse- 
quent meeting, whenever, in their judgment, they had found the right spot, 
on which to locate a village. 

In prosecuting their labors, the attention of tlie committee was directed 
to wh-Tt subsequently became the village of Morrisania. The land was 
deemed suitable for building purposes and the location was within one 
hour's ride of the City Hall, by the Harlenl Railroad, which at that time 
was running trains no farther than Croton Falls. The [)roperty was owned 
by Gouverneur Morris and was used for farming purposps. Could the 
property be bought at a reasonable figure and would t!ie railroad com- 
pany establish a depot and afford traveling facilities for the people, if the 
land was purchased and built upon by its future owners 1 Both of these 
questions, so intimately connected with the success of an enterprise of this 
character, was soon settled satisfactorily to the committee, and another 
meeting was held at Military Hall to hear the report of the committee. 
At this meeting, the report of the committee was favorably received and 
steps were taken to efiect the purchase (>f the land, which was soon after- 
wards done. 

The plot which was purchased from Mr. Morris and which subsequently 
became Morrisania proper, was bounded on the north by a stone wall, a 



vi HISTORY OF MORRISANIA. 

short distance above Eighth Street ; on the east by the old Boston Posl 
Road, and on the south and west by Mill Brook. It embraced 200 acres, 
and the consideration money paid lor it was $34,622, or about ^173 per 
acre. The raising of the money for the purchase of this land and the div- 
ision of it into building lots, were the result of harmonious associated effort. 
A committee, consisting of Messrs. Jordan L. Mott, Nicholas McGraw and 
Charles W. Houghton, Esqrs., was appointed by the association to take 
charge of the funds, as Ihey were paid in from time to time and hold them 
in trust for the association with which to purchase the land, Mr. Mott be- 
ing the treasurer. The avenues and streets were laid out and worked at 
the expense of tlie association, wliich also paid the expense of surveying 
the lots. After deducting the area covered by the avenues and streets and 
three public lots hereinafter referred to, there were left 167 acres of the 
original 200 acres purchased from Mr. ]\Iorris. Tliese were divided into 
167 lots of one acre each. An ai)praise(l pro rata valii? of each lot was 
then made, after which as many cards as tliere were lots, were numbered 
respectively from 1 to 167. These cards were placed promiscuously in a 
box and drawn out by the members of the association, eacu member being 
restricted in his right to choose a lot t(3 the order of the numbers re- 
preseiited oil the cards. Tlie member who dre'v card No. 1, had the first 
choice ; No. 10, the tenth choice, and so on. The di'awer of No. 167. had 
Ilobson's choice: that or nothing, as that number re{)resented tlie only 
lernair.ing lot to be taken. 

After tiie ownership of each lot had been thus determined, Mr. ]»IorfiS, 
who had meiir.while been ];ai(l the piu'chase money, executed a deed to 
each lot owner separately. The deeds all bore date Se{)tember 8, 1848, 
and contained a proviso, that each lot owner should erect a dwelling on his 
lot within three years, at a value of not less than S300. Each lot owner was 
granted a iree transit for horses and vehicles over the old Harlem bridge, 
which at that tim,e and for several j-ears alterwards, was a toll bridge. 
This bridge was subsequently replaced by the beautiful iron structure 
which now greets the eye, and wliich is free to all travelers. 

There were three reserved lots within the area purchased from Mr- 
Morris, to wit : The lot on wliich the depot is situated ; the one on which 
School House No. 3 is built and the lot directly in the rear of the latter, 
fronting on Fulton avenue, and which was intended for a public square. 

The growth of the village for the first few years after it was laid out, 
was rapid. The railroad facilities, to which the village was almost wholly 
indebted for its prosperity, were all that could have been desired. The 
city offices of the Harlem Railroad Company were then in the building 
now undersoiiig demolition on Tryon Row. From this point, fifteen trains 
were run daily, early and late, to and from the village, at a commutation 
of only $37.50 a year ; including one train each way for the especial ac- 



HISTOEY OF MOREISANIA. tu 

^oinmodation of working men, at a commutation of only $30 a year. B»t 
t.hese facilities have been gradually reduced to less than one half the num- 
ber of trains, while the commutation rates have been increased consider- 
ably more than one hundred per cent. The effect of this policy on the 
part of the Harlem Railroad Company, has been just what might have been 
expected. "VYe have few, comparativei.y very few laboring men amongst 
us whose occupations require them to be in the city at an early hour in 
the morning. The New Jersey Railroad Companies, by adopting the 
liberal policy towards the working classes which has been abandoned by 
the Harlem Railroad Company, are diverting population from Westchester 
€ount3 and rapidly studding their lines with numerous suburban villages, 
ol which Morrisania was the model. 

At the time of which we write — 13-18 — tbero were only two dwellings 
within the whole area embmced in the. boundaries herein described. One 
was the old stone house, &till standing on the rear of a lot on Fordhani 
avenue, near Mr. Mohring's cigar store. The other a frame building now 
standing on First Street and owned by Mr. Georgi. All the rest of the 
tract was devoted to farming purposes, except the upper, or Iiilly portions 
vhich were covered with a heavy growth of - • -t'--- •--' I on v,];;ch are now 
ocated some of our most expensive and be;i rices. Xor did oar 

.'ilJage assume its present name until neatly ivco years after it was laid 
)iit. It was known as " New Village," and was so designated on the 
time tables and tickets of the Harlem Railroad Company. What is now 
lif^tt Haven, was known as Morrisania, and for more than a century, had 
been so-called in honor of the several branches of the Morris family. In 
this connection the following historical facts may prove interesting : 

" The county of Westchester was organized with its present boundaries, 
Novemb.T 1, 1683. Tiie county courts vvt-se held at Westchester village 
until 1759. A court house was built ar V :': I'iains in 1760, at a cost of 
£-1,000, and another at Bedford in 1786 c.L a <jj.:L of £2,000.- Bedford was 
r. iialf shire town of the county tor several years before the erection of the 
court house at that place, but the courts were held in the Presbyterian 
church. The present court house at White Plains was completed in 1859» 
and cost with the jail $120,000. In 1712, Morrisania and Fordhara were 
manors, and the population of Morrisania was 62. Morrisania, West 
Farms, Fordham (which is in the town of West Farms,) and Westchester, 
vv-ere all one township, the town of Westchester. Their united population 
in IS-tO, was 4,154, and in 1850 only 6,928." 

At a united meeting of the inhabitants of Mott Haven and the New Vil- 
lage, held at Mott Haven in the Spring of 1850, the two villages were 
given the names which they now respectively bear. 

The clause in the deeds requiring the erection of a dwelling on each lot, 
within three years from the date of the ])urchase, was nearly complied 



viii HISTOEY OF MOEEISANIA. 

with ; but not in all cases, by the original owners ; for, so little confidence 
had some of the members in the practicability of the project, that a lot 
containinoj ap acre and valued at only $50 way without a purchaser ! To 
heal the difficulty and thus secure the success of the measure, several of 
the members of stronger faith duplicated their purchases. 

During this period of our history, we often experienced the emotions of 
hope and fear in their widest extremes. When in our " mind's eye" we 
saw the future of our village rise up before us in its attractive proportions, 
"a thing of beauty," we were highly elated and the large bull-frogs in the 
marshes on the west side of the railroad track would seem to say to us in 
their loud croaking voices, "A big thing!" ''A big tuing!" " A big 
THING !" But when some unforeseen calamity befell us. such as a new 
and an onerous exaction of the Harlem Railroad Company, and some of 
our number would threaten to abandon the enterprise and return to the 
city, our spirits would flag, and the frogs of lesser size and weaker lungs 
would seem to taunt us in our dejection by squeaking out. '• I don't see it .''' 
** 1 dortt see it .' " " 1 donH see it .'" 

In the autumn of 1848, the late Andrew Cauldwell, Esq., father of Senator 
Cauldwell, erected the first dwelling on the east side of Washington aveoiue, 
about midway between Seventh and Eighth streets. But in the spring of 
1850, the village had become an established fact. The land was all paid 
for and the several lots were in the possession of parties disposed to im- 
prove them. We here introduce the report of the treasurer of the asso- 
ciation, as showing the condition of the enterprise at that date : 

PURSUANT TO EESOLUTIOX, the property owners of the village of Mon-isauia, 
Westchester County, N. Y., present the following synopsis of the Report of their 
Treasurer, Jordan L. Mott, Esq., to whom the unexampled prosperity of their enter- 
prize, it is no more than just to say, is mainly to be attributed : 

Moi:r.:sANiA Village Association in Accot'NT with Joudan L. iloTx, 
Presented May 1, 18aO. 

From subscribers, including the assessment of two p-n- cent for grading 

streets and avenues, $39,708 GO 

From subscribers for deeds, recording deeds and acknowledgements of 

deed s 468 37 

From subscribers for sectional suiveyiug, 117 GO 

From Parker & Lodge, the street contractors, for lumber, 7 50 

Total, 640,301 47 

Erjmidilures, 

To Gouverneur Morris, tor the land in full, .*34,622 00 

'* Jones & Newman, for maps of tlie property, 34 00 

*' Parker & Lodge, tor grading streets and avenues, 4,038 83 

" Rutherford & Co. for deeds 220 00 

" M. I. Lockwood, Clerk of County of Westchester, for recording deeds, 22.5 00 

Amount carried forward, $39,139 73 



HISTOEY OF MOEEISANIA. ix 

Amount brouijht forward, $39,139 83 

♦' A. Findlay, for surveying- the property 470 25 

" Ditto, for superintending grading streets, 200 00 

•* Ditto, for sectional surveying 117 00 

" Ditto, for acknowledging deeds, 26 37 

*' Sundry law expenses incurred and examining title, release deed, &c.,. . 123 00 

" G. I". Bunce, for sundry printing, 15 50 

" L. S. Mott, for duties as Clerk, &e., 25 00 

" Sundry advertising, 4 87 

*' Sundry purchases ot lumber and materials for staking out lots, &c, 76 26 

" T. C. Kelly, toward cutting down Seventh street, 104 38 

Total $40,301 47 

Audited April 16, 1850. 

D. R. HARRISON, ) 

JAS. HERALD. } .Auditors. 

r,p]NJ. J. TIMMS, ) 

During the ensuing summer, the enterprise prospereil ra])iilly. Many 
buildings were erected and t!i^ new village witnessed a large accession to 
its population. On the eighth day of September of that year, the citizens 
celebrated the second anniversary of its setdenient by appropriate public 
exercises. The number «»f persons present at the festivities, was variously 
estimated ?.t o,00i) to 5,0131), and were from both city anil coui^try, t'ai" anc\ 
near. A procession was formed in front of tlie hotel, then keiit by Henr}^ 
Durell. lil'^q., and under the direction of Myroii Finch, Esq., asciiainnan of 
the Committee of Arrangements, led b}' a band of music, marclr^il throigh 
Fourth street, to Boston road ; thence to Eiglith street ; thence to Wash- 
ington avenue, and thence down the avenue to a point on the wester!}' side 
of the avenue, about midway between Fifth and Sixtli streets, where a 
large platform had been erected for the accommodation of the speakers. 
On passing down Washington avenue, the procession halted in front of the 
residence of Andrew Cauldwell, Esq., and gave three rousing cheers, which 
made the welken ring. The platform was erected in the midst of what was 
then a dense, but very beautiful ceilar grove. What took place after the 
procession reached the platform, is thus briefly told by the Westchester 
Gazette, of September 13, 18-30, whicli paper was then published in the vil- 
lage of West Farms : 

CELEBRATION AT MORRISANIA. 

ORDER OF EXERCISES. 

Music. 

Prayer, by the Rev. Mr. Gerard, of Morrisania. 

Music. 

Report on the Rise and Progress of the Village, by Benj. J, Timms, Esq., 

of Morrisania. 

Music. 



X HISTORY OF MOREISANIA. 

Address by Era stub B.^ooks, Esq., of the N. Y. Ezp'-«»t. 

Music. 

Address by James Stillman, Esq., of Morrisania. 

Music. 

Address by C. A. Dana, Esq., of the N. Y. Tribune. 

Music. 

Addi-esKby R(?v. Dr. Armitage, of tiia Norfolk sfeet Baptist Chureh of 

New York. 

]\Iu.sic. 

Benediction by Rev. Mr. Suimball, of tlie. Presbrterian Church, 

?dorrisapia. 

Muf?ic. 

The exersises wero commenced by a few appropriatf* remarks by xMyron 

Finch, Esq., the President of the (lay. Isi the course of his remarks Mr. 

Finch stated that two years ago tiiat day, the deeds for ihe properly were 

;?,iven. 

Mr. Timms introduced the report by a few r.ertineijt remark-i. lie al- 
ludei to the short time he had to prepare the Reporr, as liie one submit- 
ted to the Qommitteo last evening contained more rhetorical flourishes 
than historical truths, and after the adjournment of the Committee, he had 
to prepare this. He then alluded to Political Free S ul. Ic was a mere 
humbug — a contest between the slave holders of Louisiana, and the Capi- 
talists of New York and Lowell. He preferred to own a homestead. Now 
we are but in the beginning of the project. We ou-n homes and should 
cultivate them. The laboring man ought not to b- obliged to labor as 
long — he needs more time for his own use. It is nece.-<sary for onr wel- 
fare that tlie rising generation be attended to. Here wa liave raised 
.$5,000 for educational purposes. In New York our children learn a city 
education — to chew tobacco, lie and steal and (inisli their education at tlie 
Academy at Sing Sing. The amount that we have raised f>)r the purposes 
of education here is unprecedented in a village only two years old. But 
time admonishes raeto be brief, and I will put my brief in my pocket, not 
that I am timid or bashful, but I see so many beautiful ladies that are 
fond of dancing, and the gentlemen are fond of dinner. 

Fiom the Report we glean the following statistics; — In October, 1840 
there were 441 inhabitants; now there are OGl, making an increase of 520 
in less tlian a year; then there were 68 houses, worth $61,000; now 140, 
worth §105,000. Tlie church property is now worth ^11,000, the school 
property, ^0,000. $225 liavo been spent in street improvement ; 107 acres 
of land have increased in value §103,806, making a total increase in the 
value of the properly in the village of $225,071 in a year 

Thus much for the report from the Gjzrtte. After the exercis.es in the 
grove wtM-e concluded, a large number of the com;>any repaired to the 



HISTOEY OF MOEEISANIA. xi 

hotel; where Mr, Durell had preparod a sumptuous dinner for two hun- 
dred guests, the tables being spread out door in the rear of the house. 
Ample justice was done to the good things provided by Mr. Durell, after 
which the company separated in groups, and walked about tha village, 
exi)ressjng their admiration of the great success of the new enterprise. A 
large number remained at the platform, underneath which, ample arrange- 
ments had been made for '• tripping the light fantastic toe.'' By 9 o'clock 
in the evening, the large number of visitors present during the day had 
returned to their homes and our new village had resumed its wonted quiet. 

Oil the 8th of September, 1851, the celebration of (he third anniversary 
of the settlement of the village took place on the Public Square. The fes- 
tivities were similar in all respects to those hereinoefore described. Hon. 
William Cauldwell was tlie President of the day and Colonel Henry C.Todd 
was the Marslial. The exercises were opened with prayer by Rev. Mr. 
Cookson, of the Biptist Church, after v/hich an interesting sketch of the 
rise and progress of the village ui) to that date was read by B^njamia J. 
Timrns, Esq. From this sketch, it a-ppeared that the original 167 lots of 
one acre each had increased in number to 210, some nf the lots having 
been divided, and that all had bp-\'i built upon, save two. The value of 
tlie buildings on these lots v,T!S far in excess of what was required by tiAe 
terms of the deeds, many of them having cost several tliousand dollars 
each. The report of Mr. Timms contained a large number of interesting 
ficts relating to the prosperity of the enterprise, which were received 
with the highest manifestations of satisfaction by the very large assem- 
blage present. The principal address was delivered by George H. Purser, 
Es(j., of New York, and abounded in most excellent sentiments, witii oc- 

■ional fiuslies of wit and mei'riinent, which ke!)t his audience in the best 
'.. huiuor. At th.': close of the exercises, the audience was waiting for the 
benediction, and as Mr. Cookson had left the piatforin, the President said 
he would dismiss them, whicli lie proceeded to do in the following words : 
" Friends, may God bless you all, especially tlie ladies." This happy re- 
mark of the Senator was well received by tlie audience and •' brought 
down the house.'' The proceedings were published in full at the tiu-e in 
the Westchester Gazette, and the New York Herald ^\\^ the Evening Pout; 
but we have no copy of either of these i)apers at hand, and what we have 
v/ritten above is from memory. Mr. Timms also read the names of the 
])rojectors o( the enterprise and of those who, up to that date, had erected 
dwellings on their lots. He has kindly furnished us with an alphabetical 
list of these names, which is herewith appended. The following are the 
names : 

Althouse, Joseph Anderson, N. P. Allen, Henry A. 

Ayres, Daniel Austin, David Arnold, Thomas 

Anderson, Alexander Allendorph, Andrew Anderson, Moses 



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HISTOEY or MOEEISANIA. 



Andrews, John 
Baclitler, Augustus 
Barker, James W. 
Banning, A., 
Bausher, Henry 
Biele, Fred'k F. 
Bloomer, A. 
Bescliormann, A. 
Brotl:erton, Elisha 
Baker, S. F. 
Bluminstiel, Isaac 
Babcock, Henry 
Bovey, A. E, 
Burstrand, E. S, 
Black, John 
Bruding, Ernest F. 
Cooper, James 
Cantrell, John 
Candy, George 
Copland, Kolert 
Cauldwell, Andrew- 
Charters, James 
Chave, Barnartl M. 
Cook, John 
Chambers, Miles 
Chesnut, Benjamin 
Collins, William R. 
Cox, AVilliam A. 
Delevan William 
Deltz, Chas. 
Dodworth, Thos. 
Daniels, William 
Devling, Francis 
Dupuy, Guitian B. 
Dale, Elizabeth 
Ditchett, George W. 
Dodd, John J. 
Dodd, E. 

Drummond, Sarah 
Dcnnison, Peter 
Dennant, Samnel 
Denniston, Hance P, 
Ellis, Eliza Ann 



Folmer, Alexander A. 
Franch, Theodore 
Fill, James B. 
Finch, Myron 
Georgi, Christian D. E. 
Gilder, John S. 
Griffith, Joh-i W. 
Grinton, George 
Greener, Thos. 
Grinton, David 
Golder, John J. 
Gilmore, Francis 
Hettinger, John 
Hoffminster, Chas. A. 
Heckel, John 
Hellmuth, C. B. 
Hurley, Cornelius 
Kurd man, Ann 
Halsey, Moses E. 
Hardwick, James B. 
Hanptman, Arthur B. 
Hart, Felix 
Hyde, Tlios. W. 
Herald, James 
Harrison, Chas. 
Hill, David A. 
Harrison, David 
Hyde, Thos. 
Hyde, John 
Hy^e, Joseph 
Hellmuth, H. W. 
Hull, James S. 
Ives, Joseph S. 
Ingersoll, Loring 
Ives, Ira A. 
Jaynes, Thos. 
Knight, Ebenezer 
Kelley, Timothy C. 
Kampman, Chas.- 
Knight, John 
Kay, William 
Logan, John 
Lord, William 



Lant, Joseph M. 
Lassen, L. J. 
Lyon, Edward W. 
Myer, John 
Mieurmann, Adolphus 
Mills, John| 
Middleton, Alexander 
Mohring, John W. 
Miller, Edwin M. 
Mullany, P. 
Murden, Joseph 
May, Andrew 
Middleton, John 
Mykius, John 
Maxwell, John G. 
Morton, Thos. 
Mott, Jordan L. 
Murry, John 
Myrick, John W. 
Murphy, John 
Muesmann, Henry 
Moody, Winfield S. 
Mott, De Witt C. 
Mott, Lawrence S. 
McFadden, John 
McGraw, Nicholas 
McDufi; James 
McCoy, Robert 
McFaddn, Alex. 
McDonald, Chas. H. 
Naumanne, Adolphus 
Paidoe, Thos. 
Parshall, James L. 
Pridham, Wm. 
Provost, Reuben M. 
Pollock. Julius 
Ridley, John 
Russell. John F. 
Reed, William H 
Riley Edward C. 
Rehfield, William F. 
Ilushby, John 
Reborn, Fred'k 



HISTORY OF MORRISANIA. 



: Smith, Mary Ann 
:Strange, P. J. 
Spinning, Edward 
Smith, Jolin 
Shook; Nelson 
Stilhnan, James 
Schwab, Michael 
Soria, Joseph 
Schenck, John A. 
She])pard, William 
Suydam, Anna 
Solms, Henry 
Stowell, Jose[)h 
Squire, Anderson 
Sommer, William 



Scardilield, George 
Sanger, Theodore 
Schwoppe, Gustavus 
Spearing, Thos, P. 



Tirams, Benj, J. 
Van Pelt, Trena M. 
Van Doren, Mathew D. 
Von Cort, C. C. 



Stodder, Wentworth K. Wicks, Thos. 



Smith, Willowby Winsor, John R. 

Scherpe, Lebericht F. Witfleld, George B. 
Sennor, John G. Walter, Nicholas 

Sanhop, Henry Weeks, Sarah 

Tomkins, Samuel E. Wilson, A. D. 
Tremper, George R. W^illiams, Henry 
Therune, Nicholas-A. Whiting, Davis J. 
Turner, William Wiley, Joseph 

Taylor, Henry W. Voung, John C. 

Timpson, Thos. W. 
Mr. McGraAV was killed daring the winter of 1864 by a railroad collis- 
ion in the State of Ohio, he being a passenger on one of the trains which 
collided. Mr.'Mott died at his residence on Fifth avenue, in New York, 
in the month ot May, 1866. His death was caused by a sudden attack of 
hemorrhage from a bursted blood vessel. Both began the world in com- 
parative poverty, and both had amassed handsome fortunes by their own 
unaided exertions. To their disinterested efforts in various ways, is the 
town of Morrisania greatly indebted for its present prosperous condition. 
Each was emphatically the " poor man's friend," and ever ready to re- 
sp(»nd to the call of charity. Our town could ill afford to lose two such 
men ; but they have left behind them fragrant memories which we love to 
cherish, and which rise up before us like " a sweet smelling savor." 
" None knew them but to love them ; none named them but to praise." 
The anniversary of the settlement of the village was celebrated each 
year up to and including 1857, at which time the last public demonstra- 
tion in honor of that event, took place. The exercises were held on Pub- 
lic Square, and ended in the evening by a display of fire works, at the 
junction of Franklin and Fordhani avenues, and bj^ a ball at Morrisania 
Hall. Like all of the preceding celebrations, it was " well done" and was 
every way worthy of the occasion ahd of the event which it commemor- 
ated. 

It was several years after the settlement of the village, before the Har- 
lem Railroad Company erected a depot on the lot which had been given 
them for tliat purpose. The company thought that " one good turn de- 
served another," and that the villagers, having pre.'-ented them with a site 
for a depot, should also proceed to the erection of a depot building on it ! 
But the villagers " couldn't see it " They thought that they had done 
their full share towards securing so necessary and so desirable an im- 



xir HISTORY OF MORRTSANIA. 

provement, by giving the lot to the company f<jr that purpose. Tlie sob- 
ject was the occasion of several public raeetinas, and of a very spicy cor- 
resj)ondeiice between a committee of the villagers and the acting Presi- 
dent of the Company. One of the letters from this functionary, in which 
he maintained the position above- stated, was framed and hung up in a 
public place ; not only as a literary curiosity, but also as an indication of 
*he very just and liberal policy which governed railroad corporations, gen- 
erally and the Harlem Railroad Company in particular. An intimation 
from the villagers, that legal steps would be taken to regain possession of 
the lot, brought the company to terms and the present depot was erected 
soon afterwards. George R. Tremper, Esq., then one of our fellow towns- 
men, was the first Station Agent appointed to take char'Te of the " new 
Morrisania depot." It is due to Gouverneur Morris, Esq., to say that, 
while he was officially connected with the Harlem Railroad Company, 
that gentleman used his best endeavors to secuie equal and exact justice. 
as between the company and the villagers.- 

The cause of religion and of education received early attention from the 
new villagers. There are now six churches within the boundaries of the 
original tract purchased from Mr. Morris. 

There was no school of any kind, in what is now the town of Morrisania 
except a district school taught in the old brick school-house iu Mott 
Haven. In 1851, a frame school-house, which cost $5,000, was erected on 
the village school lot where No. 3 now stands. The house was built and 
the school was taught under the provisions of the Common School law of 
the State. It filled up rapidly and soon outstripped the financial nbility 
of the villagers to conduct it tind(?r the tlien existing system. A Board of 
Education, styled "The Board of Education of School District No. 1 of 
the town of West Fij.ins." was incorporated by the Legislature of the 
State, in the Spring of 1852. The first members of the Board were 
Edward W. Lyon, Jame.v L. Parshall, Lewis K. Osborn, Matthew 1). A'an 
Doren, Gouverneur Morris, Harry M. Morris ajid Myion Finch. These 
last two named gentlemen were appointed by Governor Hunt, to fill va- 
cancies occasioned by two of the corporate members declining to serve. 
The organic law of the Board made no pr(»vision for filling vacancies, ex- 
cept by a vote of the ]>eoplf» at the Minual school election. Hence these 
two appointments. The law, which was hastily drawn up, and passed at 
the " tail end"' ot the legislative session of that year, Avas defective in 
many important features; and in June, 1853, the present law, as it now 
stands in the ALinual of tne Board, was passed at a s{)ecial session. The 
" District" contaitied a large territory. It embraced nearly all of Tremont 
and tlie present station house in that village, was then one of the school 
houses under the jurisdiction of the Board. A few amendments have been 
made t(> the law, one of wliich changed the corporate title, so as to make 
it conform to the boundaries of the town of Morrisani.n. Under the ]n-o- 



HISTORY OE MOREISANIA. 



XT 



TisioDS of this lavr, the schools of our towu have reached their present high 
skandarcl, which it is to be earnestly hoped they will lonir maintain. 

Until near the close of the jear 1849, the yillagers were destitute of 
post office facilities. West Farms was the post office address for a terri- 
tory which how contains more than 30,000 inhabitants. There was then 
no post office at Fordham, Williams' Bridge, nor Tremont. The first Post 
Mastor of Morrisania was John W. Myrick, of the firm of Hyde &. Myrick, 
grocers, on the north east corner of Railroad avenue and Fifth street, 
where the office was kept for several years after it was first established. 
Stimulated by the example of the Morrisanians, the people of the olher 
locRlities named, sopn afterwards established post offices in their respecl,- 
ive villages. 

Encouraged by the success of the Morrisania enterprise, several p'-rsons 
purchased plots of land adjoining and in the immediate vicinity of the new 
Tillage, and caused them to be surveyed and laid out in streets and build 
ing lols^ and sold the lots at an advance of many hundred per cent above 
ilie original cost of lots of the same size in " our" village. We have now 
within the Hraits of our town, no less than eiffhieen such "enterprises," 
which have distinct names and which are designated on our Asseysnient 
Kolls as distinct localities. Mr. Timms pre{)ared a table which was pub- 
lis])ed in the Westchester Times of April 2, 1869, showing the ni:mber of 
dwellings in these several villages, including our own, in the years re.'^pect- 
ively named. As this table forms an interesting part of our history, as a 
town, we herewith re-prodnce it: 

TABLE. 
gho^Tifiij the Nuiaber of Dwelliii2--noiises built in the several Villageb in the town 
of Morrisania, between the years 1848 and 1868 inclusive : 





18 < 9 


1850 


■ 1^50 


I 1857 


1860 


( 18r7 


[ 1868 


JIAMKS OF VII.LAGKS. 


i 

o 


1 

o 


c 


i g 

§ 

d 


O 

i 


m 

6 


i 
1 

6 


MoriiBr.nifi 


68 
68 


149 


55f 

17;J 

175 
103 

00 

sn 

4] 
40 

i'' 

3o 
30 
20 
6 


577 

195 

; 183 

' 113 

76 

7.^ 

51 

49 

44 

38 

37 

24 

6 

13 


498 
392 
223 
ltd 
87 
98 
54 
-ii) 
51 
38 
37 
24 

24 
32 
1-2 
79 


529 

4'i9 
229 
166 
100 
111! 
.')7 
55 
54 
48 

s 

11 

38 

35 

12 

15.' 


568 


IMelrot'p I'-outh 


488 




277 


Melrose 


189 




lOS 




iiorrisaina, ^A^est 


58 


Melrose, Xorth .... 


62 


Woodstock 


58 


Eltona 


55 


If ighbrid Seville 


44 




26 


Claremont 


11 


Grove Hill 


47 


Wilton 


40 




13 


Noith New York 


185 




13- 




2 






Total 


149 


1329 


H8l' 


1865 


2080 


3856- 



xvi HISTOEY OF MOEEISANIA. 

Note.— In the foregoing enumeration all buildings in course of erection at each 
period were excluded excepting the village ot' Morrisania, for the years 1849, '50, '56, 
and '57, when the writer was instructed to count all buildings for all purposes finished 
or tiufinished. 

All of the above named villages are within the corporate limits of the 
town of Morrisania. Mr. Timms adds: 

" This Table shows that between 1849 and 1868, two thousand three 
hundred dwelling houses were erected, allowing fifty-six houses to 
have been erected previous to that time, which is more than the}'- were at 
that period. If we add to the above, all the houses that have since been 
finished, and all the dwellings in course of ei'ection, also churches, schools 
store houses, factories, work shops, offices, &c., we have a grand total of 
three thousand buildings, and these structures ranging in value from five 
hundred, to thirty thousand dollars each." 

This of itself would be a fair exhibit for a town no older than ours. 
But we have made some progress since the interesting statistics in this 
table were collected. We herewith give the following figures on the sev- 
eral subjects named, from the official enumeration as made by Milton C. 
Lowden, Esq., Assistant U. S. Marshal, dating on the first day of June, 
1870 : 

No. of Dwellings 3,393 

No. of Families 3,960 

Assessed value of real estate $3,712,(-;89 00 

Assessed value of personal estate 8."),000 00 

Town Tax, 1870 $167,587 93 

County, " , 30,065 80 

State, " 34,022 66 

School, " 42,452 44 

POPULATION OF MORRISANIA AXD WEST FARMS. 

Towns. 
Morrisania. 
West Farms. 

We have endeavored, as far as possible, in writing this sketch, to speak 
of Morrisania as it was, before it became a distinct town; for at the time 
of commencing the new village and for several years thereafter, the whole 
territory now embraced within our town limits, was in the township of 
West Fainis. An old, weather-beaten, battered- faced mile-stone theu 
stood and is still standing on the south west corner of Sixth street and the 
old Boston Post road (we dislike the name of "Broadway" given to this 
ancient thoroughfare,) which informs the passer-by, that it is " 10 milks 
FROM New York." This must have heen before the city had stretched 
its length above Chambers street ; for it is well-known that when " )^e 
ancient Knickerbockers of New York" built the City Hall on its present 
site, they located it ({uite outside of the compact part of the city, not 



Native. 


Foreign. 


White. 


Colored. 


Total. 


12,207 


7,403 


19,324 


286 


19,610 


i 0,044 


3,328 


9,249 


121 


9,372 



HISTOEY OF MOEEISANIA. xvii 

dreaming that large stores, warehouses, hotels, palaiial residences, &c., 
would ever be built above that limit. So much for the far-seeing wisdom 
of the sleepy old Knickerbockers! But at as early a period as 1848, we 
were not "10 miles from New York," and we are much nearer to it now 
then we were then. We are now as near the northern boundary of the 
Central Park, as is all that portion of the city lying below Houston street, 
to its southern boundary. Yet we were -'in the country." 

Not only in our village that was to be; but all around it were fields of 
waving grain, potato patches, meadows, corn fields, apple orchards and 
cow pastures. These were fenced with heavy stone walls, along whose 
sides grew luxuriantly sumach, hazelnut, and (out of which our mas- 
culine juveniles made pop-guns,) elder bushes, and raspberry and black- 
berry vines, from the latter of which we have picked many a basket of 
delicious fruit. Our numerous cedar groves abounded with the winter- 
green plant and beautiful wild flowers. Snakes, of different species, were 
plentiful; and the land turtle, which the Irishman told his fellow country- 
man was '-'an animal with a saddle on his back, and that he swallowed his 
iiead with his mouth " was in the fields, gardens and in the public streets. 
Toads would hop around in our door-yards and would be found even in 
thf^ ai-eas and cellars of our houses, nor is the "race" yet extinct. Our 
ears would be sahited by day with the lowing of kine and the bleating of 
sbeej). and by night with the shrill hooting of the. screech owl and often 
deliiii)ted with the softer, sweeter notes of the whippoorwill, perched in 
somp' neighboring grove. As we walked along the streets with a friend 
from the city, a large " sarpint," with his forked tongue protruded, would 
saddenly cs'oss our path, frightening our city cousin out of his wits and 
<iarrying his thoughts back to the time when one of these reptiles, " more 
■subtile than any beast of the field," held a fascinating and seductive 
-dialogue with our ancient mother in the Garden of Eden, in which she 
was beguiled into partaking 

a * * * * Of the fruit of that forbidden tree. 

Whose mortal taste brought death into the world and all our woe." 

We remember, as late as the summer of 1851, Chas. S. Stearns, Esq., 
who resided on Fulton avenue, near Seventh street, brought a huge black 
snake to the depot, one morning, which he had killed in Seventh street, 
near Fordham avenue. His snakeship was an old " socdolager," and 
measured 3 feet and 11 inches "from the tip of his nose to the end of his 
tail." Then again, "oft in the stilly night" when we were enjoying " Na- 
ture's sweet restorer," the weazle and the "pole-cat." alias a "Weathers- 
field kitten," alias an "essence peddler," would enter our hen-roosts and 
" suck the life's blood" from our favorite Bantums and Dorkings. On a 
srarm summer's evening, numerous fire-flies would flit through the air, 
2a 



xviii HISTOEY OF MOEEISANIA. 

emitting a light of which the dim flicker of one of our present street 
lamps, is but a feeble imitation. Surely tve tvere "in the country,'' and not 
only in the country, but in the sleepy old town of West Fai-ms, whose in- 
habitants had been stationary for a hundred years, never forgetting any- 
thing and never learning anything new ! We were subject to its local town 
laws — we mean the town laws of these sleepy West Farmers. If we 
wanted a little of tlie town's money for any public improvenjent, such as 
cutting down Seventh street hill, the matter had to b? submitted to a town 
meeting, and there v/ere nine chances out of ten, against our obtaining it. 
They veri'y thought, these V/est Farmers did, that the demands of these 
new villagers would ruin them by excessive taxation,, tliat they would be 
" dead broke,- sure ;" forgetting that the establishing of our village in 
their town had already increased the value of their property more than 
one hundred per cent. ! TFe were a 'dive," wide-awake people. We be- 
lieved in progress and we "showed our faith by our works." Many of us 
were up and in the city in the morning at our work-shops and other places 
of business long before these drowsy West Farmers had done yawning, af- 
ter liaving taken their first matutinal nap ! Again, all of the town offices 
were located in West Farms village, and all of the town officials resided 
there. Our business frequently demanded that vv^e sho'^ld go to the village 
aud we always felt a sense of drowsiness come over us on our return, with 
an irresistible desire to go to bed. Indeed, a wag of a fellow once sug- 
gested to us, with a wicked twinkle of the eye, that Irving wrote " IVcsi 
Farms'' instead of "Sle?py JIolloic,'" in his sketch of Rip Van Winkle, and 
that the suostitution of the latter name for the former v»-as simply an error 
of the printer. 

The reade.- will refdily conclude that two sucli " iVoples " could not 
"dwell together in peace and unity." Conflict of interests and sometimes 
petty, local jealousies, disturbed the pleasant relations which ought to 
exist between neighbors, and in 1855 the town of West Farms was divided. 
Morrisania being given its present name, and assigned its preseiU bound- 
aries, according to law. The division was satisfactory to both ••communi- 
ties," and we believe, was mutually beneficial. 

We ought to state, in justice to the ])resent residents of West Farms, 
that our somewhat rose colored sketch of that locality does not apply to 
them. We intend it to apply to the West Farms of 18-18-55 and not to the 
West Farms of 1871. That town is now sensibly alive to local enterprise 
and public improvements, and the time is not far distant, when its numer- 
ous suburban villages will rank amongst the most beautiful, enterprising 
and prosperous of any in the country. 

Our town has been the theatre of several singular and fatal railroad ac- 
cidents. Indeed, for the first few years after our settlement, it was known 
as ''the slaughter ground," and the office of coroner was the only towm 



HISTORY OF MOERISANIA. xix 

office worth having. Life insurance companies "played shy" of all appli- 
cants for insurance from Morrisania who were known to be daily passen- 
gers on the Harlem railroad, and demanded an extra premium when exe- 
cuting an insurance policy on their lives. — Seriously, the frequency of 
death and injury from so-called " accidents" on the road, became a sub- 
ject of common remark and caused a sense of insecurity of life and limb 
to be felt in the minds of many villagers. The trains of both companies, 
the Harlem and New Haven, w^re run at a higher rate of speed than at 
present and with a recklessness which rendered it necessary for persons in 
the cars or on or near tlie track, to "stand from under," We give a few 
of the5ie accidents, written from memory vritliout much regard to their 
ciironological order : Early one morning in October, 1849, during the 
prevalence of a dense fog, a Harlem train moving north, and a New Haven 
train moving south, both run'iing at a high rate of .speed, collided just 
above Eigiith street, in consequence of running into a drove of cows, 
which were being driven across the track. Result : One passenger's leg 
broken, nine cows killed, eleven cars wrecked anii piled up in a mangier 
that beggars description and tliat could not have beeii done by all the 
meclianics in the universe awl everybody surprised that hfly persons had 
not been inslauLly killed and as many more maimed for life. Tlie writer 
was at the sceae a few minutes after the collision. On the afternoon of 
the eleventh day of August, 1859, a local up train while discharging pas- 
sengers at the Morrisania depot, was run into at the rear by an up express 
train, moving at a high rate of speed. Result: Cars of the local train 
"telescoped." one passenger instantly killed and several others injured ; 
amongst them, the writer, who was a passenger on the local train. The 
engineer and fireman of the express train leaped "for dear life" an instant 
before the collision and escaped unhurt. On the evening of December 24, 
1851, during the prevalence of a blinding t>no\v storm, three men, wlio 
wjre walking on the east track, near the Melrose deijot, 8tep;)ed on the 
opposite track to avoid an up train when they were struck by a down 
New Haven train, and all three were instantly killed. On a beautiful 
afternoon in October, 1852, an up Boston train ran off the track at Melroae 
in consequence of a misplaced switch. Several of the passengers were 
injured by the breaking of the glass of the cars, as they were plunged 
end foremast down the embankment, and the locomotive careened over, 
taking with it the engineer, who was crushed to death beneath its pond- 
erous weight. The event was witnessed by the writer, who was standino- 
on the piazza of his house. It may be of " historical interest" to some 
who read these pages, to be informed, that at this period of our hintory, 
there were six svTitches and a turntable at Melrose and four passengor 
trains were run daily to and from Port Morris. It was over this road that 
th» paflgengera of the Great Eastern were brought on th» flrftt arrival of 



XX HISTORY OF MOREISANIA. 

that vessel to our shores, as she became disabled when off Port Morris, 
where she lay for several days, during which time she was visited by 
thousands of persons from the city and elsewhere. Early on the morning 
of January 1, 1853, the weather being dark and rainy, a down Harlem 
freight train, while in the act of switching off on the Port Morris track, a 
little below Fourth street, was run into at the rear by a down New Haven 
train. Result; Conductor of freight train, who was asleep in the 
"caboose," instantly killed ; a brakeman on the same train crushed to 
depth between the cars ; a car on the freight train, filled with whiskey in 
barrels, was set on fire from the locomotive of the New Haven train, and 
consumed, and a "smash-up" and burning of cars, generally. The writer 
was present a few minutes after the collision. The mangled bodies of the 
conductor and brakeman presented a sickening sight. In March, 1852, a 
local up train, in which the writer was a passenger as far as Morrisania, 
stopped at Williams' bridge, before proceeding further, for the Alban)^ 
down express train to pass. (There was then only one track above that 
point.) Presently, a New Haven train passed down, mistaking which for 
the Albany train, the conductor of the local train ordered the engineer to 
go on. Before proceeding two miles it was met by the Albany train, both 
trains moving at a high rate of speed, and a fearful collision ensued. Re- 
sult : Three persons killed and many others severely injured, amongst 
them Conductor Sharpe of the down train, and the locomotives and cars 
of both trains badly "smashed up." On seeing the result of his careless- 
ness, the conductor of the up train, who was uninjured, started off" at 
"double-quick," and has never been heard from since; he may be running 
yet! Early one morning in the autumn of 1853, a down local train, con- 
taining a large number of our townsmen, while standing near Fiftieth 
street, in the city, was run into by a down New Haven train, killing six 
passengers and wounding many others. Early one morning of the same 
year, a down local train, in which the writer was a passenger, ran off' the 
track at Forty-second street, in consequence of a misplaced switch, and 
jolted over the ties for quite a distance. Result : Several women fainted, 
others screamed and many of the men lost all presence of mind and be- 
haved themselves in such a manner as to render the whole scene a most 
magnificient farce ! Had there been an embankment at that point, the 
result might have been different. It should be stated, that at this time, 
all of the cars were drawn from Tryon Row by horses to Thirty-second 
street, where they were coupled and the locoinotive "hitched" to thetrain^ 
Stewart's magnificent iron building now covers the ground where then 
stood the engine house of the Harlem Railroad Company. The tunnel at 
Thirty-second street was not then built. During the erection of the stone 
bridge on Harlem Flats, one dark night in the winter of 1853, two Harlem 
trains,^ moving in opposite directions, collided on a temporary trestle 



HISTOEY OF MOEEISANIA. xxi 

work built on the west side of the track. But the collision was too slight 
to throw either train off the track, which was forty feet above the ground 
and supported only by upright posts. During one afternoon in the winter 
of 1854, an up Harlem train approached Harlem bridge while the draw 
was open. The engineer did not perceive the signal of danger until the 
train was Avell on the bridge. He reversed the engine, "whistled down 
brakes," and stopped the train just as the engine was within three feet of 
the f'3arful abyss ! Early one morning in March of that year, a Morrisania 
train, on which the writer was a passenger, on his way to Philadelphia, 
ran off the track in the middle of the old Yorkville tunnel in consequence of 
an obstruction caused by a large lump of ice which had frozen during the 
night. Result: Nobody hurt, but cars thrown across both tracks in a 
zig-zag direction, from under which we were compelled to crawl out as 
best we could, in pursuit of daylight ! It was an exciting scene in the 
darkness of that tunnel and one well calculated to make us feel how pro- 
videntially we had been preserved from a horrid death. In the summer 
of 18-)4, one afternoon, a man who had just left the rear end of un up train 
then standing on the track at Melrose depot, in attempting to cross on the 
west side, was struck by a down New Haven train and instantly killed. It 
was accidents and hair-breadth escapes from causes like this, which led 
both companies to adopt the rub, now in force, requiring a train approach- 
ing a station where another train is discharging passengers, to come to a 
full stop. The Harlem bridge event also led to the ado[)tion of a rule re- 
quiring all trains to come to a full stop before crossing a bridge. The 
legislature of Connecticut had compelled the New Haven company to 
adopt the same rule in that State in consequence of the Norwalk disaster ; 
but the adoption of it by that company in this State was the result of a 
mutual agreement between the two companies. From the foregoing in- 
stances, which are not all that might be given, the reader will form some- 
idea of the "perils by land" which we encountered daily, in going to and 
,from our places of business in the city, during the early period of our 
history. 

Amongst the conductors on the road during this period, we call to mind 
the following : Messrs. Edwards, Blackledge, Keese, Sharpe, Latour, 
Ostrom, James and Richard Murphy, Burchell, Coutant, Barton, Banta, 
McAnanna, Kelly, Jennings, Marx, Bennett and Cummings. The first six 
named are still in the service of the company. Mr. Edwards is the cour- 
teous and efficient Station Agent at Morrisania; Mr. Blackledge is the 
" Starter" of trains at Twenty-sixth street ; Messrs. Keese, Sharpe and 
Latour, are conductors on express trains, and Mr. Ostrom is conductor on 
the city line. 

In 1864, our town was incorporated by an act of the Legislature and 
divided into four wards. Each ward elects two trustees ; and the Super- 



xxii HISTORY OF MORRISANIA. 

visor of the town, is ez-qffido, a member of the Board of Trustees, thus 
constituted. Under the provisions of the act of incorporatior, we have 
been favored with many local public improvements, amongst which are 
several fire cisterns, streets newly graded, curbed and guttered, and 
lighted with gas; side walks, cross walks, a more efficient police system, 
&c. These improvements cost something in the shape of taxes and as- 
sessments, yet we do not think there are many amongst us who would be 
willing to return to the old system of town government, 

A few years since, a lad of seventeen summers, who came here with his 
parents in 1850, and who appeared to take a pardonable pride in speaking 
of himself as " one of the oldest inhabitants," was walking around the vil- 
lage with a city cousin. This " old inhabitant'" pointed out to his city 
comrade some cf the principal improvements of the place and expatiated 
exultingly upon the wonderful progress the village had made " since he 
was a hoy P' Oar town is still in its infancy ; yet few places can present 
■more tangible evidences of growth, in so young a town, of all that goes to 
make up an enterprising and a prosperous comrauniiy. But he who un- 
dertakes to write its history a half a century hence, will have a task to 
perform quite different from that which the writer of the present imperfect 
and hastily written sketch is about to bring to a close. He will trace its 
rise, as we havedoi:e, to the efforts hereinbefore referred to, of tliose few 
determined men who, in 1848, in the city of New York' originated the en- 
terprise, lie will speak of the erection of the first house in our village by 
the Jate Andrew Cauldwell, Esq., in 1849, and will tell his readers that this 
house v\'as not the commencement of a single village only, but the begin- 
ning of a siicces.sion of densely populated villages which may then be 
Been in the towns of West Farms, Westchester, Eastchester, Pelham, New 
Pvochelle, Mamaroneck, Rj^e, Yonkers, and White Plains; how large plots 
of ground, dating from the corumencement of Morrisania, continued to be 
laid out in the lower end of the county, for villages and suburban resi- 
dences, and that the-re is no such thing as " a farm" south of White 
Plains. He will speak of the numerous facilities, cheap and quick, for 
reaching the lower end of the city; of steam ferry boats running from the 
banks of the rivers which line our shores; of numerous viaduct railways 
starting from a i)oint fifteen miles above Harlem river and running to, and 
converging at the Battery ; of Harlem river as dredged and lined with 
docks; of '-spurs" constructed from the Spuyten Duyvil and Harlem 
river road, now being built down to the docks on the north side of the 
river, where vessels of heavy tonnage will be in waiting to receive the 
numerous products brought by rail from the great West and convey them 
to Europe without trans-shipment, and of the Sound boats from Boston 
and the gi-eat ocean steamers, as landing at Port Morris. 

He will speak of the lower end of Westchester county as the homes of 



HISTOEY OF MOEEISANIA. xxiii 

the toiling thousands who earn their bread in that part of the city lying 
below Harlem river ; of the spacious grounds and stately mansions of the 
wealthy who have made this portion of the county their dwelling places ; 
of magnificent diives, boulevards and parks, such as the world has never 
seen ; of a population within fifteen miles north of the Harlem river as 
large as that then in the city south of it : of our town as one of the 
densely populated wards of the city ; of the Harlem river as being to New 
York what the river Thames is to London, the dividing water line between 
two portions of a great city connected by numerous bridges, and of Mor- 
risania as forming the center of population of this division. Call this a 
dream if you will, but he who shall write a faithtul history of our town 
fifty years hence, will record it as an accoraplisiied fact. M F. 

West MoRrasAxiA, May 25, ISTl. 



House of Eest for CoitsmnptiYes, Tremoiit. 

In the summer cf 1869, tha Lady-in-Charge of this institution applied 
to the Rev. Dr. Rnmney and a few other gentlemen, to assist in establish- 
ing a Home where Consumptives might be specially cared for. The plan 
•submitted to these gentlemen was so excellent and desirable, that they 
gladly ofiered her their warmest sympathies and assistance, and, associa- 
ting with themselves others who felt a like interest in tlie undertaking, the 
Board of Trustees, as now constituted, was organized in October of the 
same year, and on the first day of November the " House of Rest" h&- 
asime an established fact — and thus to Miss Bogle belongs the honor of the 
establishment of an institution, which, we trust, will soon become one of 
best charities of our land, as it is the only one of its kind in this country 
— except that established by Dr. Cullis in Boston. 

The institution, is situated in Tremont, and, as its name implies, has 
been established for the purpose of affording the benefits and com- 
forts of medical aid and kind nursing to those who are suhering from 
Pulmonary Complaints, and cannot obtain the relief they so much need 
for themselves. It is designed to give the inmates of this charity the ad- 
vantages of a Home, where the disease may be made a specialty, and 
treatsd as having a hope of improvement, if not of complete restoration, 
and also to provide them with the ministration of the Gospel according to 
the forms and doctrines of the Protestant Episcopal Church. 

The last annual report states that during the past year 38 patients have 
been admitted— 21 male and 17 female. Of these 14, have been dismissed, 
the most of them so much benefitted as to be able to take care of them- 
selves. 12 have died and 12 remain in the House. The number of 
■deaths may seem to be a large ratio ; but it must be remembered that a 



xxiv HISTOEY OF MOERISANIA. 

large proportion of the patients when received are so far gone that no hope- 
exists of prolonging life — and the only desire is to soothe their pathway 
to the grave, and endeavor to bring them nearer to the Saviour. Of the 
whole number admitted, 15 were Roman Catholics, and the others were 
from the various evangelical denominations. Average • attendance during 
the year, 20. 

The report of the Treasurer, Hon. Edward Haight, shows that the ex- 
penditures for the year amounted to .$9,373.95, and the receipts to $8,210.10, 
leaving a debt of $1,163.85. The county has granted the institution 
$4,000. a most timely and well merited donation. 

Donations in money, furniture, clothing, bedding and bed linen, veget- 
ables, groceries, laundry articles, canned fruits, jellies, Bibles, testaments^ 
prayer books, and any suitable readi.:g matter, will be thankfully 
received. 

The following are the officers, for the current year ; — lit. Rev. Horatio 
Potter, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., President, ex-officio. Trustees : President, 
Henry J. Cammann, 8 Wall street, N. Y., or Fordham ; Yice-PresidentSj 
Rev. A. B. Carter, D.D., 112 East 16th street, N. Y. ; W. C. Wetmore, 9 
Pine street, N. Y., or Fordham; Hon. Ed. Haight, 9 Wall street, N. Y., or 
AVesichester. Secretary, Rev. C. C. Tiffany, Fordham. Treasurer, Hon. 
Edward Haight. Collector, S. L. Douglas, (care E. P Datton & Co.,) 715 
Broadway, New York. Pastor, R'^v. T. S. Rumney, D.D., White Plains, 
Rev. T. Galloudet, D.D., 9 West 18th street, N. Y. ; Rev. T.' M. Peters, D. 
D., Broadway and 100th street, N. Y. ; Messrs. W. B. Osden, Fordham ; 
S. A. Martine, 71 Warren street, or White Plains; R. G. Rolston^ 26 Ex- 
change place, N. Y. ; Woodbury G. Langdon, 51 West 36th street, N. Y. ; 
A. M. Stanton, Fordham ; H. N. Camp, 149 Pearl street, or Fordham ; I. 
C. Buckout, Harlem R. R., N. Y., or White Plains; J. H. Wheatley, 101 
Wall street, or 128 Remsen street, Brooklyn. Attending physician. Dr. 
Sprague, Fordham. Consulting physician, Dr. Leaming, 310 West 23rcl 
street, N. Y. Lady-in-Charge, Miss E. A. Bogle. 

Patients applying for admission must procure a certificate from the- 
consulting physician. Dr. Leaming. 310 West 23d street. New York, and; 
present the same to the President, at No. 8 Wall street, or at the House. 



Congregationalism— History of tlie First Congregational 

Church. 



Congregationalism, as a system of church polity, may be defined as " a 
pure democracy ; a government of' the people, by the people and for the 
people," composing each individual church, in which all, both male and 
female, have equal rights and in which the majority rules. Members are 
admitted on giving satisfactory evidence of their Christian experience by 



HISTORY OF MOEEISANIA. xx 

a majority -^^ote of the whole church ; and each member, including the 
minister, stands exactly on the same platform. Each has rights \vhich are 
common to all and each is amenable to the same ecclesiastical tribunal, 
to wit: TO THE Church itself, whose decision, by a majority vote, on 
all matters coming before it is final. Under the Congregational system of 
church government, a body of Christain believers may organize them- 
selves into a church, adopt Articles of Faith, institute measures for the 
maintenance of public worship, call a minister and settle him and on his 
own request dismiss him to the pastorate of another church, without the 
aM2!Z!on*i;«^/ve intervention of either Presbytery, Classis, Diocese, Conference, 
Priest, Potentate, Bishop or King ; and all the civil rights which inhere in 
any church organization, are sacred in the eye of the law in a church thus 
constituted, and as such, the organization will be legally protected. It 
is customary, when forming a church, or when settling or dismissing a 
pastor, to call a council, composed of neigliboring ministers and laymen 
for consultation and advice, and while the decision of a council is always 
respected and generally followed, it has no binding obligation on the 
church, which still retains and exercises its individual independence. 
Such a system of church government, while it certainly does not hinder 
the usefulness of its members in the gieat work which Christ has 
given them to do. secures to each, perfect individual freedom and leaves 
the church, as a united body, untrammelled by outside ecclesiastical 
authority. The Articles of Faith and the forms of public worship in the 
Congregational Church, are identical with those in the Presbyterian Church ; 
the only difference in the two bodies beingtheir respective forms of church 
government. 

The First Congregational Church of Morrisania was organized in the 
summer of 1851, under the oiinistry of Pvev. Edward F. Ross, then just 
completing his studies in the Union Theological Seminary, New York. Its 
beginning was "the day of small things." It met in a building next to 
and south of Morrisania Hall, in a small room used for the double purpose- 
of a land office and railroad depot. The membership was small in num- 
bers and the congregation, including the members, did not exceed fifteen 
persons. Amongst its projectors (we were not then connected with it nor 
have we any record at hand as we write) we call to mind, Charles Speaight, 
George Pollock, Daniel Desmond, Joseph S. Ives, Philo Price and John A. 
Henry. We think that all of these gentlemen constituted its first Board 
of Trustees. Mr. Ross was formally installed as its pastor in September 
of that year, and continued as such until his resignation, which took place 
in March, 1853. 

Prior to the resignation of Mr. Ross, the church and congregation had 
largely increased in numbers, and that pan of the present church edifice 
which forms the transcept, was erected and used until the summer of 



xxvi HISTOEY OF MORRISANIA. 

1864. On the 28th day of July of that year, the corner stone of the 
present commodious and beautiful house of worship was laid and the edifice 
was dedicated on the 18th day of Dacember following. The enlargement 
of the building was mainly due to the efforts of Rev. Washington Gladden, 
then pastor ot the church. 

The seating capacity of the church is 432. It is neatly and tastefully 
finished inside, and has the largest and finest organ of any church in the 
place, if not in the county. The singing is good, and the preaching serv- 
ices such as to attract audiences respectable in numbers, in the morning 
and a very lai-ge attendance in the evening. The present acting pastor 
has ministered to the church since the first Sunday in November last, at 
which time, the attendance was very small, and the prospect somewhat 
discouraging. At various times, since January, 1866, the church has suf- 
fered from the withdrawal of about twenty members and nearly as many 
pewholders, and several teachers and entire classes in the Sunday School, 
Avho went to a neighboring church, and who have contributed very ma- 
terially to the numerical strength and financial prosperity of that church. 
It has also furnished nearly the entire membership of the Second Congre- 
gational (colored) Churc'i in Melrose, as also the scholars in its Sunday 
School. 

Notwithstanding these large drafts upon the church, the cot)gregation 
and Sunday school, it is able to j'resent a very creditable and en- 
couraging record. One male member has recently been added to its 
communion on profession of faith, making its prese'it membership 87 ; 
pews are being taken quite fi-equently. and the audience^, both morning 
and evening are constantly increasing in numbers. It has just extended 
a unanimous call to Rev. V/m. Westerfield to become its permanent pas- 
tor, which it is understood he will accept. Both the church and congre- 
gation are perfectly united in love to Christ and love to one another, and 
their chief desire appears to be to glorify God and to Imild up tlie Re- 
deemer's kingdom here upon earth. 

The Sunday School is large and flourishing, and is accomplishing a 
good work, both at home and elsewhere. It has a register number of 173 
scholars, and the attendance for several SuiKlays past, has seldom been 
less than 130. It has 19 teachers, besides the superintendent and an as- 
sistant, and two librarians and two secretaries. It has recently lost one 
te?cher — Miss Sanford— by death, for which reason its banner was draped 
in mourning during the procession on Tuesday last. The library contains 
400 choice volumes, 300 of which are nearly new. It has contributed $75 
during the past year towards tlie .support of a Sunda)' School Missionary 
at the West, and ^52 towards the support of a little girl— Sophia Hutner — 
in the Howard Mission School, and at this date, is not orily out of debt, 
but has $39 in the treasury. 



HISTOEY OF MOEEISANIA. xxvii 

The church has had the following named pastors since it was organized : 
Rev. Edward F. Hoss, who resigned in 1853 and died in 1854; Rev. Chas. 
0. Reynolds, now pastor of the Presbyterian Church, St. Augustine, 
Florida ; Rev. Edwin S. Fairchild, now pastor of the Reformed Church, 
Flushing, L. I. ; Rev. Washington Gladden, subsequently pastor of the 
Congregational Clinrch, North Adams, Mass., and now religious editor of 
The Independent, and Rev. Henry G. Blinn. now pastor of the Presbyterian 
Church, Cambrid2;e, N. Y. The church was without a pastor from the 
time Mr. Blinn left, April 1, 1^70, until November 1st, of the same year, 
at which time Mr. Westerfield commenced his labors as stated supply. 
With the permanent settlenjent with us of Mr. AVesterfield, we hope and 
pray that the church may enter upon a new career of usefulness and pros- 
perity, in expectation of which we will "thank God and ^ake courage." 

M. F. 

West Morrisaii'ia, 
Thursday Evening, June 1, 1871. 



First Presbyterian Ghurcn Morrisania. 



BY REV. ARTHUR POTTS. 

In, or about the year 1851, three lots (one on Fordham, and the other 
two on Washington avenues.) were given in order to establish a Presby- 
terian Church in Morrisania. Upon the Fordham ave. lot a very small 
building was erected in which services were held for about two years. 

The congregation was mixed in character, being composed of various 
denominations, which had no place of worship of their own, so that when 
certain causes arose, the small congregation melted away, the. enterprise 
was discontinued, and the property was placed in the hands of the New 
York Presbytery, who held it for the future church in Morrisania. 

THE '• POTTS MEMORIAL," PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

During the Winter of 1865, the attention of the Rev. Arthur Pott's, of 
New York City, was called to the fact that tlie Presbyterian Church was 
not represented in our rapidl}^ growing town. 

After a consultation with some of the older members of the Presbytery 
of New York, and with the co-operation of a few gentlemen, among whom 
were Messrs. A. F. Douglass, N. P. Ferris, and J. F. Remmy, a third story 
room was hired in the Exchange building, corner of Washington ave. and 
Fifth street, and an afternoon preaching service commenced January 8th, 
1865, being the first Sabbath in the New Year. 

After five weeks of experiment, it was determined to ask the New York 
Presbytery to organize the church, which they did on the 7th of March, 
1865. About this time the Disciples Church was hired for their religious 
services, and a few weeks later the building was purchased, so that on the 



xxviii HISTOEY OF MOEBISANIA. 

1st of May, this courageous organization, onl> two months old — occupied 
their own building. At the time of this organization two elders were 
elected, and at the same time a formal call made out by the congregation, 
for the services ot the Pastor, who had thus far led the infant church 
rapidly, and isuccessfully, through the steps preliminary to their organiza- 
tion. This call was placed in the hands of the Pwev. Arthur Potts by the 
New York Presbytery, and formally accepted by him. 

The church was originally organized — under a board of three trustees — 
with the title of "The First Presbyterian Church, Morrisania." which title 
gave them the possession of the lots then held by the Presbytery. These 
lots were soon disposed of and three others purchased adjoining their 
church. 

Shortly after the commencement of this enterprise, the congregation of 
the University Place Church, corner of Tenth street, hearing that the son 
of their late Pastor — the Rev. George Potts, D. D., — was engaged in this 
work, made an offer of a sum sufficient io pay for, and repair the building 
which had been already purchased, on the condition that the name of the 
church was altered to " The Potts Memorial,''^ which they desired should be 
a tribute, and monument to the memory of their Pastor. Accordingly 
they received $9,000 and the title was changed. 

The " Potts Memorial" was tlms extensively altered by the addition of 
a new spire, a fine toned ))e]l, while the finisli both of the exterior and-'in- 
terior was altered beyond recognition 

There is no need of more than stating, that from the first inception of 
the enterprise, the progress has been constant and healthful, in all the de- 
partments of church work. 

The present property of the church is estimated at about ^30,000 in 
value, while tlie original outlay and improvements have cost a little over 
$18,000. 

The officers of the church at this time are : Pastor, Pvev. Arthur Potts ; 
Elders — N. P. Ferris and Wm. TL-orburn ; Trustees — Mr. Henry Bailey, 
Mr. N. P. Ferris, Mr. J. H. Mason, Mr. H. W. Shaw, Captain J. W. Porter. 



Janes & Kirtland's Iron Works. 



In 1857, the Foundry and Iron AVorks of Janes & Kirtlaud, then Janes, 
Beebe & Co., was removed from the corner of Reade and Center streets, 
New York, to Morrisania, since which time it lias been in uninterrupted 
operation. This concern was establisiied in 1844, by Adrian Janes, Wil- 
liam Beebe and Charles Fowler, and from a small beginning has grown to 
be one of the largest establishments in the country, the workshops being 
three hundred feet square, or if placed in a line would be 1,000 feet long. 



HITTOEY OF MORRISANIA. xxix 

by 50 feet wide, giving employment to a large number of hands, many of 
whom have been with the firm for years. 

In this establishment was cast the iron dome of the Capitol at Washing- 
ton, a work of stupendous magnitude, the largest and most perfect Iron 
structure of the kind in the world, weighing 10,000,000 pounds. Much 
other work for the Government has been done here. The Congressional 
Library, the ceiling of the Senate Chamber and House of Representatives, 
and tl',e ceilings and sky lights of the grand stair ways, the Patent 
Office, General Post Office and the Treasury Building, besides work for 
the Government in different parts of the country, a contract having just 
been completed for the United States Court House and Post Office at Port- 
land, Maine. Indeed no one year of the last twenty has passed without 
orders for work from the General Government. The beautiful Iron Bridges 
in the Central Park were also made here. 

Besides this department, the celebrated Beebe Kitchen Ranges form an 
important branch of the business, for notwithstanding the many new in- 
ventions their popularity is so well established that the sale is constantly 
increasing. 

The ornamental work for gardens and grounds has within a few years 
become an irnporiiuii branchof the i>voduction of this Foundry. Messrs. 
Janes, B'^eb-^ & C >., sput, ati aisfn^j to Europe twenty years ago to get an in- 
sighj. into the inannfaciu'-e of .imaments of this kind and were the first to 
produce anrl oft^r the' woik to tlie public. Since that time the designs 
and f)attf^rns havf l;ee!i tnultipliod to an extent that a sample of each 
would make a display as attrMCtive as an ordinary fair. Fountains of the 
most b^autitul d^^siops nre sent to distant countries, including Cuba, 
Hjyti, the Sandwich Islands, Mexico, South America and China, Vases 
for fl )wers, su'nn)er houses, and animals, such as dogs, deer, lions, foxes 
-and mythological figures are also manufactured in this pstablishment. 

Adrian Janes, tbe head of the establishment for many years, and WiL 
liam Beebe the Inventor of Beebe's Ranges, are both deceased. Mr. 
Charles Fowler, now past sixty years of age, is still in the enjoyment of 
excellent health, living upon the fruits of many years successful business, 
acquired by close attention and fair dealing with customers, for which this 
firm has made a permanent reputation. 

The wages paid to the workmen amount to many thousand dollars 
yearly, and with the taxes paid is of great importance to the town of 
Morrisania. 

Mr. Edward R. Janes, son of the late Adrian Janes, and Mr. C. A. Kirt- 
land having been connected with the firm since 1850, have in consequence 
of the death and retirement of the other members, succeeded to the pro- 
prietorship and management of the entire bujiness. Mr. H. L. Barker, for 
auany years foreman of the Foundry, and Mr. J. S. Sanson, General 



XXX IIISTOET OF M0EEI8ANIA. 

Superintendent, are both skilled in their occnpations, S" that there is 
nothing in Iron work tliat cannot be done in the best manner at these 
works. 



Clmrcli E. Gates & Co., Lumber Dealers. 



This luiaber yard was established in 1848, at the commencement of the 
Tillage of Morrisania, by Col. Henry B. Todd, who was joined the follow- 
ing year by H. H. Robertson, and tlie business conducted under the firm 
of Todd & Robertson. The firm was dissolved in 1855, the business being 
continued by Mr. Robertson. In the summer of 1865, the yard passed 
into the hands of Church E. Gates & Co., the present proprietors, who 
have built a commod'ous dock and made other arrangements for conduct- 
ing a large, first-class business. The firm is connected with the extensive 
and wealthy lumber producing firm of Gates & Co., in the State of Maine, 
and have rare facilities for keej)ing their yard constantly stocked with all 
kinds of lumber of the very best quality, which is sold at the cheapest 
market i-ates. 



Location of Streets and Avenues. 



Anderson and Third avennes, from Courtland are. to town line, Ciarcmont. 

Arculiirius Place, from Walton avenue to (ierard avenue, Invrood. 

Alexander avenue, from Harlem riv.3r to 3.i avenuf». North New York. 

Buttern\it avenue, from Cedar to Ella streets, West Morri=ania. 

Bronx street, from 3d avenue to Harlem Railroad, Mott Hav^n. 

Beach aveniie, from 141st street to Westchester Railroad srt-eet, Ea*t Mon-isania. 

Benson street, from 3d avKnue to Harlem Railroad, Melror.e. 

Beach street, from L'nderoliff aver-'je to Union street, Hi^hbridg-eville. 

Bremer avenue, from Central avenue toHit^hhridfre streoc, Hig-hbridgeville. 

Bock street, from Carr avenue to Avenue C, Grove Hill. 

Cliff street, from 3d aA-enue to Concord avenue, Morrisania. 

Cotta;:^e street, from ^d avenue to Macomb avenue, Mort Haven. 

Courtiand avenue, from od avenue IVJott Haven to Branch R R, Melrose. 

Courtlft-nd avenue, from William street to Ella street. West Morrisania. 

Concord street, from 3l avenue to Ridker avenue, Mo'-t Havcu. 

Cfirr avenue, from Westchest^^r avcTiue nortJierly to 3d avenue. 

Central avenue, from Central Bridge to town line, Hig-hbridgeville. 

Clarke Place, fioni Walton avenue to Central avenue, Inwood. 

Catherine street, from II irlem Railroad to Lewis strotit. West Morrir^ania. 

Concord avenue, from (jrove street to liCxin'^^ton street, East Morrisania. 

Cypress avenue, from 132d street to Southern Boulevard, Wilton. 

College avenue, from 8meeman street Mott Haven to Alott street, Melrose. 

Clinton street, from Seventh street to Jetferscn street, Morrisania. 

Carr street, from Benson avenue to Carr avenue 

Cromwell avenu<-. from Doiiirhty street to Central aventie, West Morrisania. 

Cedar street, from avenue A to avenue C, Grove Hill. 

Cedar street, from Butternut avenue to Central avenue, West Morrisania. 

Devoe street, from Harlem river to Bi^nson avenue, ni;;hbridgeville. 

Denman street, from 3d avenue to Harlmn Railroad, Melrose. 

Douprhty street, from Gerard avenue to Central avenup, West Morrisania. 

Division avenue, from St. Ann's avenue to Southern ]5oulevard, Wilton. 

Elm street, from Concord avenue to Prospect avenue. East Morrisania. 

Elton street, from 3d aveniie to Harlem Railroad, 2di'lrose. 

Kdsall street, from 3d avenue to Harlem RailroaTt, Mott Haven. 

Ea^le avenue, from WcrstohcRter Railroad street to Westchester »<▼, East Morriiani» 

Blla utraet, from Harlem Railroad to Central avenue. West Mo; m inia. 



HISTOEY OF MOEEISANIA. x 

Ea^t Sixth street, t'roni Eo.-ton Road to Union avenue, Morvisania, 

Eirlith street, from Franklin avenue to Harlem Kailroad, Morri^ania. 

F )urth street, irora d'\ avenue to Harlem Railroad, Morrisania. 

Fifth street, from Bo^-fOQ Eo\d to Har^'ni Kailroid, Motrisanin. 

Findlay Place, from Walton avenue to Central avenue. In-wood. 

Findlay street, fiom William street to Harlem Eailroad, Meliose. 

First street, fiom Grove avenue to Court land avenue, Morrisania and Melrose. 

Cierard avenue, froia Cedir street to Central avenue, West M'U-risania. 

Governeur s^treet, fr(»m 3 1 avenue to Harlem Eailroad, Melrose. 

Gerard street, from 3 1 avenue to Mill B o;)k, Kast Melrose 

Geortce street, from Boston Real to Union avenue, ilorrisania. 

Garden street, from 31 avenue to Main street, Mott Haven. 

Grove street, from 3d avenue to Mill Brook, East Melrose. 

Grove street, from Macomb aveniie to Harlem River, Buena Ridge. 

Grove street, from Butternut avenue to Sprii.g street, West Morrisania. 

Grove stieet, from Bobbins avenue to Prospect avet^ue. East Morrisania 

Henry street, from Gerard avenue to Harl'-^m river. West Moi-iisania. 

Hendrick street, from 3d avenue to College avenue, Mott Haven. 

HiErhbridge street, from iiighbridge avenue to Fourth avunue, Highbridgeville. 

Kighbrirlgo avenue, from Central avenue to town line, HighbridgeTille. 

Helen street, from Harlem Eaiiioad o Spring street, West Morrisania. • 

Halsey street, from Hailcm Kaih'iad to Morrisania avenue, AVest Morrisania. 

Home avenue, from 134ih street to 138th street, Wiltou. 

Home street, from Boston Road to Union avenue, ivloirisania. 

Hejiry street, from 3d avenue to Mill Brook, East jVlehosc. 

Invrood avenue, from Cromwells Creek to town line, Inwood. 

Irving Place, from Harlem R. R., to Fleetwood P;u-k, Morrisania. 

James street, from Walton avenue to (;entral avenue, We^^t Morrisania. 

Jolmyireet, fron; C»vi aventie to avenue A, Grove Hill. 

Jefferson street, from Franklin avenue to Boston Road, Morrisania. 

Juliet street, from Harlem Railroad to River street, West Morrisania. 

Lexington sireet, fiom Passage avenue to Kouthern Botdevird, East Morrisania. 

Lexington avenue, irom Van Soil street to Main street, Mott iiaven. 

Lincohi avenue, trom Harlem river to 3d avenue, North New York. 

Lewis street, from I le Fond to Spring street, We^t Morrisania. 

Locust avenue, from 134th street to Port Morris Railroad, Port Morris. 

Liberty street, from Gerard avenue to Harkm rivf^r, West Morrisania. 

Lind avenue, irom Harlem river to Beach ^trtx-t. Iliglibridgtvilie. 

Lowell street, fiom 3d avenue to Rider aveir.if. M. tt Hi'.yen. 

Morrisania avenue, ii'om Ice Pond to Ella stret;t, West Morrisania. 

Morris avenue, from Mott to Melrose strpets, Melrose 

Morris avenue, trom Harlem river to 138th street, North New Yoiji. 

Morris Place, from Harlem Railroad to b'leetwo^d P:uk, West Morrisania. 

Maple avenue, from 132d street to lofith street, Wilton. 

3Iott stre.^t, from 3d avenue to Harlem Pi.-i,ilroad, Melrose. 

Macomb avenue, from Harlem Railroad northerly to iltn-ris farm. 

Mott street Mott Haven, froiu 3d av -vrest 150 ft. nortli (v' J. 1-. Mott's residence. 

Main street, from 3d avenuo to Macomb avenue, iic't IJ iven. 

Melrost street, from Washington avenue to Harieni P iilroad, Melrose. 

Mary street, from Wa:>hington avenue to Hailem Railroad, Melrose. 

Milion &treei-, from 3d avenue to Harlem Railroad, Mt^lrose. 

Nev\- street, from Concord avenue to L'nion avenue, Morrisania. 

Orchard street, from -Ith avenue to 3d avenuf, (;iar«mont. 

Oak avenue, from 134i:h street to Mist atrert, PorfM orris. 

Prospect street, from Washington a'.enu(- to Harlem Railroad, Melro.se. 

Pi'ospect avenue, from Grove street to Willow street. East Morrisania. 

Pontiac street, fiom Robins avenue to Prospect avenue, East Morrisania, 

Passage avenue, from Terrace place to Ugden's residence, Wilton. 

River street, from Cedar street to Gerard aveu'.ie. West ilorrisania. 

.River avenue, trom Ella street to Central avenue, West Morrisanin. 

Jlobbins avenue, from Grove street to Westchester av, East Morrisania. 

Eae street, Irom Benson avenue to Carr aA onue. 

Rider avenue, from Van Corlear street to Main street, Mott Haven. 

Retreat avenue, from 147th street to Grove street. East Melrose. 

Rose street, fron\ 3d avenue to Retreat avenue. East Melrose. 

Se ;ond treet, trom Giove avenue to Railroad avenue, Morrisania. 

Sjrini^fieid street, from 3d avenue to Harlem Railroad, Melrose. 

Schuyler street, from 3d avenue to Harltm Railroad, Meho-te. 

Sjjring street, nom lee Pond to Ella street. West Morrf-ania. 

Hmeeman street, from 3d avenue to Railroad, Mott Haven. 

Strong's avenue, from Fore-;t avenue to Union av;>nue. 



xxxii HISTOEY OF MOEEISANIA. 

Second avenue, from town line south, Highbridg'eville. 
Sedgwick avenue, from Central avenue to town line, Highbridgeville. 
Summit avenue, from Central avenue to Devoe street, Highbridg-eville. 
Southern Boulevard, from 3d avenue at Harlem Bridge, eastwardly and northeast- 
wardly xo town line. 
St. Ann's avenue, from 132d street to Westchester avenue. East Morrisania. 
Sixth street, from Boston Road to Harlom Railroad, Morrisania. 
Seventh stree*^, from Bost' n Road to Harlem Railroad, Morrisania. 
Third street, from 3d avenue to Harlem Railroad, Morrisania. 
Terrace Place, from Molt street to William sti eet, Meh-ose. 
Tinton aveuue, from Grove street to AVilliam street. East Morrisania. 
Terrace Place, Enciixles " View Mount," East Morrisania. 
Uncas street, from Robbins a.venue to Prospect avenue. East Morrisania. 
Union street, from Lind avenue to Bremer avenue, Highbridge. 
Union street, from Washington avenue to Courtlaud avenue, Melrose. 
Villa Place, from 3d avenue to Cottage street, Mott Haven. 
Van Stoil street, from 3d avenue to Harlem river, Mott Haven. 
Van Corlear street, from 3d avenue to College avenue, Mott Haven. 
Willis avenue, from Harlem river to 147th street. North New York. 
Waverly street, from 3d avenue to Harlem Railroad, Melrose. 
William street, from 3d avenue to Spring street, Melrose and West Morrisania. 
Walton avenue, from Buena Park to Grove street, Buena Ridge. 
Walton aveuue, trora Buena Ridge to north town line, West Slorrisania, 
Wasliingtoii avenue, from 3d avenue Meh-ose to town line, Morrisania. 
Willow avenue, from Bronx Kills to 136th street, Wilton. 

Willow street, from Westchester avexiue westward to town line. East Morrisania. 
AValnut avenue, from 134th street to Port Morris Pi,ailroad, Port Morris. 
Wall street, from Boston Road to Union avenue, Morrisania. 
130th street, from Willis avenue to Morris avenue, North New York. 
131st street, from Alexander aveniie to Mill Brook, North New York. 
132d street, Irom Lincoln avenue to Willow avenue, Nortli New York. 
133d street, from 3d aveuue to Mill Brook, North New York. 

134th street, Irom 3d avenue to St. Ann's ave and from S. Boulevard to E&st river. 
135th street, from 3d av to S. Boulevard and from Oak av to East river. 
136th street, from 3d avenue to East river. 

137 fch street, from 3d av to Home av, and from Oak av to East river. 
138th street, from 3d avenue to East river. 

139th street, from 3d av to Mill Brook, and from Oak av to East river. 
140th street, from 3d av to Mill Brook, and from Oak av to East river. 
141st street, from 31 av to St. Ann's av, and Irom Beach ave to East river. 
142d street, from 3d avenue to St. Ann's avenue, North New York. 
143d street, from 3d avenue to St. Ann's avenue, North New York. 
144th street, from 3d avenue to St. Ann's avenue. North New York. 
145th street, from 3d avenue to St. Ann's avenue, North New York. 
146th street, from 3d av«uue to St. Ann's avenue. North New York. 
147th street, from 3d avenue to St. Ann's aveuue. North New York. 
148th street, fi-om Retreat avenue to St. Ann's avenue. North New York. 
14Uth street, from Retreat avenue to St. Ann's avenue, North New York. 



EXPLANATIONS 

of Abbreviations not obvious by their form :— r, residence ; n e c, north east corner, 
see, south east corner ; n w c, north west corner ; s w c, south west corner ; av'» 
avenue; h, house; n, north ; s, south; e, east ; w, west; Wr Railroad, Westchester 
Railroad. 

The word " street" is omitted in all cases and the name given, as Third for Third 
street. 



MOREISANIA DIRECTORY. 



ABRAMS & DANFIELD, hardware, w s 3d av 1st h n Fifth 
Abrams Albert T, hardware, n s Wall '2d h e Boston road 
Aberle Christian, tailor, n Denman 2d h w Courtland av 
ABEECEOMBIE BEOS, plumbers, e s Courtland av Ist h s 

William 
Abercrombie John, teas, n a Seventh 4th h e 3d av 
Abercrombie Charles (Eev,) w s Wash'n av 4 h n First 
Abercrombie John, w s Wa8hing:ton av 4 li n First 
Abel Charles,- builder, s s 146th 1st h e Willis av, r n s 144th 

8th h e WiUis av 
Ackerman Abram, carpenter, r s s 142d 4th h w Willis av 
Adair Patrick, Ibr, Port Morris 

Adams John, Ibr, n s 143d bet Passage av & St Ann's av 
Adams John, clerk, N. Y., w s Tinton av Ist h n Lexington av 
Adams Chas, clerk, N. Y., w s Tinton av Ist h n l-iexington av 
Adams Charles, Ibr, n s 144th 6th h e 3d av 
Adams John, Butcher, sec 141st & 3d av 
Adams Thomas, Ibr, s s Denman 2d h e Morris av 
Adams John, bookpeddler, s s William 1st h w Washington av 
Adlung Ferd., coachman, w s Eobbins av 5th h n AYr Eailroad 
Alwaise Mrs. Emma, wid., n s Jefferson 1st h w Boston rd 
Alwaise Frank P., butcher, Jefferson 1st h w Boston rd 
AUwise J., hop dealer, N. Y., n s 139th 1st h e Alexander av 
Allendorph Andrew, furniture, N. Y., r e s Franklin av bet 

Spring pi & Fifth 
Allison Geo. H., twines, N. Y., see William & Morris pi 
Althome Jacob, w s 3d av 7th h s Milton 
Alber Cornelia, wid., laundress, e s 3d av 2d h s Eose 
Alexander C, boat bdr, N. Y., n s Gouverneur 3d h w Cour- 

land av 
Alexander Edward, stoves & tinware, w s 3d av 7th h s Mott 
Albright Eliza, washerwoman, w s E E av 1st h s Seventh 
Aldrich Lewis, butcher, w s Wash'n av 1st h n Seventh 
Allen Maria, wid., dressmkr., w s Courtland av 1st ha Melrose 
Allen John, Ibr., Port Morris 
Allen John E., Ibr., Port Morris 
Allen A., dry goods, N. Y., w a Tinton av 2d h n Lexington 



2 MOREISANIA DIRECTORY. 

Allen Charles J., drugs, n w c Franklin av & Sixth 

AUexs Julius, brewer, w s 3d ay 6th h n Third 

Althome Fred. D., machinist, n s R R av 2d h w 3d av 

Althome Joseph, Ibr., n s Springfield 2d h e Courtland av 

Altman John, Ibr., n s Clifton av 2d h s 144th 

Alf John, hardware, e s 3d av 1st h n 147th 

Almendinger Wm., hardware, w s Courtlandtav Istlis Findley 

AJtro Edmund W., Insurance, N. Y., n s Waverly 3d h w 

Wash'n av 
Albert Michael, machinist, n s AVilliam 4th h w Wash'n av 
Amnion John, brewer, n s Eighth let he 3d av 
Amos AVm. E., nifr., N. Y., w s 3d av 2d h n Railroad av 
Ambecli Frank, tailor, s s Denman 2d li av Cortlandt av 
Ambach Conrad, tailor, n s Groverne\ir 5ta h w 3d av 
Angel James R., lawyer, office s s Fifth nr Yv^ash'n av, res 

Fulton av 2d h s Seventh 
Angel Henry B., printer, N. Y., n s 142d 2d h e 3d av. 
Angeline C, widow, w s Carr Ist h s Rae. 
Anthes Philip, tailor, n w c Gouverneur & Morris av 
Andra John, tailor, w s 3d av 4th h s Milton 
Anthony Peter, carpenter, e s 3d av 5th h n Grove 
Andt Gustave, Ibr., n w c 3d av & Elton 
Angrich Joseph, carriage mkr., e s 3d av 1st h s Henry 
Anderson John, Ibr., n s Mott 5th h w Morris av 
Anderson Jacob, piano mkr., nee Mary & Courtlandt av 
Anderson J, carpenter, s s Springfield 1st h w Courtlandt av 
Anderson James C, lawyer, s e c 3d av & 146th 
Anderson Charles M., nee Gerard av & Ella 
Anderson Robert, Ibr., n s Wr Railroad 2d h e Robbins av 
Andrew John, moulder, e s Courtlandt av Ist h s Melrose 
Aniehe Julius, Ibr., s s 139th 1st li w 3d av 
Andres George, carpenter, s w c S Boulevard & Elm 
Appleton G. W„ bookeeper, N. Y., s s Sixth 2d h w Union av 
Appleton Wm. G., clerk, N. Y., e s Franklin av Ist h n Fifth 
Arnold Thomas, milk, w s Fulton av 3d h n Sixth 
Arnold Henry, pianomkr, n s Melrose 1st h w Courtlandt av 
Arnold D. P., provisions, N. Y^., ss 135th 6th h e Alexander av 
Arnold George, brewer, e s 3d av 8th h s Seventh 
Armbrecht John, upholsterer, w s 3d av 2d h s Fifth 
Arbecker Peter, Ibr., w s 3d av 2d h s Fourth 
Arm Jacob, brush mkr., s s Mary Gth h e Cortlandt av 
Armstrong Jas M., revenue, N. Y., n w c Wash'n av & Fifth, 
Armstrong James, dry goods, N. Y., e s Wash'n av 2d h n 

Fifth 
Arcuiarius G. P., Fleetwood hotel, entrance Fleetwood Park 



MOREISANIA DIEECTORY. 8 

Arion Piano Manufacturing; Co., Wr Railroad bet Retreat & 
St. Ann's avs ; Wm. Simpson, Jr., President ; George C. 
Manner, Superintendent. 
Archer Jarvis, w s St. Ann's av Ist h s Westchester rd 
Arneau Joseph, teamster, n s Ed sell 9th h w 3d av 
Archibald John, clerk, N. Y., n s Concord 2d h w College av 
Armann Jacob, iron moulder, e s College av 4th h s Main 
Ash Fred'k, artist, w s Boston rd 1st h s Jefferson 
Aston Fred'k, painter, n s Denman 2d h e Morris av 
Aspel William, finisher, n s Elton 4th h e Morris av 
Astang Henry, brewer, s s 14Gth 3d h e Mill Brook 
Ashman Henry, segar mkr, e s 3d av 3d h s 146th 
Ashfield William, broker, N. Y., e s Willis av 3d h n 139th 
Attmann Adolph, piano mkr, w s 3d av 3d h s Elton 
Attera James, laborer, R R av 2d h s Van Stoll 
Austin D., iron moulder, e s 3d av 2d h n 144th 
Austin Valentine, billposter, n s Wash'n av 5th h n Second 
Austin Henry C, billposter, n s Wash'n av 5th h n Second 
Austin John J., ca penter, e s 3d av 4th h s Milton 
Austin Edward, car driver, n s Prospect 3d h w Wash'n av 
ATitner Henry, clerk, N. Y., n s Cottage, 14th h w Colleo-e av 
Auerswald Charles, e s Rob bins av 4th h n Uncas 
Auburg Charles, brass finisher, s s Union 2d h e Cortlandt av 
Avery Thomas, coppersmith, e s Courtlandt av 2d h n Denman. 
Ayme Henry, physician, e s 3d av 5th h s Eighth 
Ayres Benjamin, Ibr , n w c Gouverneur & Morris av 
Azner Charles, piano mkr, e s Courtlandt av 1st h s Eltoa 

B 

Baker Wm. C, machinist & engr, Boston rd opp Wall 
Baker M. C, machinist, w s Union av 1st h n Wall 
Baker R. B., carijeuter, w a Union av 1st h n Wall 
Baker John, ma«oii, w s 3d av 1st h n Fourth 
Baker H. S. rmiidtir, s s 143d 8th h e 3d av 
Baker Christian mason, w s 3d av lOth h s Milton 
Baker Mary, seamstrnss, e s 3d av 3d h n 144th 
Baker Daniel, c > u; im iii, e s Walton av 4th h s Ella 
Barnum Jereini la, jr., (carpenter, es Fulton av 3d h n Sereulh. 
Barnum JorMiiu l i G., e s Boston rd bet Union av & Seventh 
Barry Tho.uas, ■ t oj i, w s 3d av 2d h n Saieeman 
Barry Thomas, a. t=«i\ N. Y., w s Villa pi 1st h s Home 
Barry J., Sec ^ , i Ins., N. Y., n w c 135th & Willis av 
Ball Thoma . i u »rellas, N. Y., e s Forre^iC av 2d li n 

George 



4 MOEEISANIA DIEECTORY. 

Bauer John, blacksmith, e s od av 1st li a Sixth 
Bauer Henry, printer, 30 Mott 
Bauer Frederick, n e c 3d av & 146th 
Bauer George, cabinetmkr, s s Fourth 1st h w 3d av 
Bauer Philip, Ibr., s s Springfield 1st h w 3d av 
Bauer Martin, carpenter, n s Schuyler 6th h e ^torris av 
Bauer John, tailor, s s Findley 3d h s Courtland av 
Barenstecker, Ibr, e s 3d av 5th h s Sixth 
Bachtler August, w s 3d av 3d h s Fourth 
Bachtler Margaret, milliner, w s 3d av 3d h s Fourth 
Bachtler John M., police, w s 3d av 2d h n Fifth 
Barnett, Gr. A. C, lawyer, N. Y., e s Franklin av 2d h n Fiftb 
Barth Alber, segar mfr, e s 3d av 1st h s Third 
Backus Wm. M. turner, N. Y., e s 3d av bet Cliff & First pi 
Backus Henry M.' turner, N. Y., e s 3d av bet Cliff & First pi 
Bachman Wm., t]:ilder, e s Franklin av 1st s Seventh 
Bayer Frederick, clerk, s w c Franklin av & Seventh 
Bawelker Frank, cigar mfr, e s 3d av 4th s Fifth 
Bathgate Alex., farmer, s s Seventh opp Clinton 
Bathgate William, butcher, n s 145th 1st h e 3d av 
Bachem Mathias, stone-cutter, n s Prospect 5th h e Court- 
land av 
Baldwin Charles, E E conductor, n s Prospect 4th h e Court- 
land av 
Baldwin WilUam H., broker, N. Y., e s Willis av 3d h n 135th 
Baenisch Carl, cigarmkr, o s Cou»*tland av 1st h n Prospect 
Bawmet Frank, cigarmkr, s s Milton 8tli h o Courtland av 
Barth Jacob, peddler, s s First 3d h w E E av 
Baas Francis J., mason, s s AVilliamlst h w AVash'n av 
Batey Joseph, newsdealer, e s Courtland av 1st h n William 
Barnes Horace, Port contractor. Port Morris 
Bancroft L. F., diver. Port Morris 
Baity John, contractor, n s 134th 2d h e 3d av 
Ballow John, iron moulder, w s 3d av 2d h n Smeeman 
Bachman John, iron moulder, w s Concord opp Elm 
15achman Jacob, tailor, s s Waverly 4tli h w Wash'n av 
Bachman John, Ibr., n a Springfield oth h e Courtland av 
Bauman Henry, gardener, w s S Boulevard 1st h a Lexington 
Baylan James, laborer, s s Mott 1st h w College av 
Barnegan Elizabeth, wid., s s ]\[ott Ist h w College av 
Balcom Henry, butcher, N. Y., n sMain let h w 3d av 
Balcom Henry, jr., clerk, N. Y., n s jSIain 1st h w3d av 
Bassford Wm. Xipp, musician, nee College av & Concord 
Bates George M., mfr., N. Y., s s Concord 3d h w 3d av 
Bailey James, laborer, s s 146th 2d h e Mill Brook 



MOEPJSANIA DIEECTOEY. 5 

'Barnes William, clerk, N. Y., s s 147 th 1st li e Clifton av 
Bartell Martha, wid., n s 144th 4th h e Willis av 
Baxter Patrick, Ibr., s s 144tli 2d h w Willis av 
Balcom John, iron moulder, s s 144th 2d h w Willis av 
Barrett Mr., surveyor, s s 140th 3d h w Willis av 
Bache W. M., carpenter, w s Willis av 1st h s 143d 
Baumann Stephen, e s 3d av 3d h n 141st 
Baxter Julia, boarding, e s od av 5th h n 147th 
Barrice Wm., brewer, w s AVash'in av 4tli h n Sixth 
Balz Frederick, barber, e s Courtland av 1st h s Melrose 
Bandel Elizabeth, wid., seamstress, s s Elton 3d h e Court- 
land av 
Bahrens Henry, clerk, sec Governeur & Courtland av 
Barrow John, plumber, n s Governeur 3d h w 3d av 
Barnes Charles, carpenter, e s Morris av 2d h n Benson 
Bagnall C. & E., drygoods, e s 3d av 1st h s Westchester rd 
Barllinger Wm., bone-boiler, w s Gerard 2d h s Juliet 
Bailey Henry M., mer., N. Y., e s Walton av 1st h s Ella 
Baer Jacob, Ibr., w s Eetreat av 4th h s Grove 
Barker Henry L., foreman, e s St. Ann's av Ist h s AVest- 

chester rd 
Banigan Thomas, coachman, w s Eagle av 4th h s West- 
chester rd 
Batey Thomas, boatman, n w c Eindley & Courtland av 
Bach John, Ibr., s s Waverly 4th h w Wash'n av 
Bale Thomas, collector, n s Milton 1st li e Terrace pi 
Bale Frank, pianomkr, n s Milton 1st h e Terrace pi 
Barker Wm. H., moulder, nee Washi'n av & Milton 
Bell Middleton, w s Macomb av 3d h s Grove 
Bell A., hardware, nee 3d av & 140th, r w s E E av opp 4th 
Bell Tatus, contractor, n s 145th 4th h e 3d av 
Bell Wm., w s E E av 2d h n Irving pi 
Bell George S., builder, N. 1^., sec Boston rd & Sixth 
Bell George W., carpenter, N. Y., sec Boston rd & Sixth 
Bell George, Ibr., w s E E av 1st h s Wash'n av 
Berence John, saddler, w s 3d av 3d h n Mott 
Bieck Louis H., carriagemkr, N. Y., n s Springfield 2d h e 

Morris av 
Beck John M., real estate agent, w s 3d av 3d h n Edsell, 
BEALS WILLIA:M E., Sec'y AVestchester Co., Gas Co., s e c 

142d & Alexander av 
Beals Christopher D., mer., N. Y., n w c Grove av & 2d pi 
Beals Harry, Ibr., e s Forest av 1st h s Wall 
Belzner Frederick, grocery, n s 147th 1st h e 3d av 
Beeck Charles, crgarmkr, s s Concord 2d h w College av 



(> MORKISANIA DIEECTOEY. 

Beeck Edward, bartender, s s Concord 2 h w College av 
Beach Charles, carpenter, w s College av 2d h n Lowell 
Behring Henry, carpenter, n s 145th 2d h w Mill Brook 
Becker Henry, polisher, n s 145th 3d h w Mill Brook 
Betz Henry, teamster, n s 144th Ist h w Clifton av 
Bender Joseph, carpenter, n s 143d 4th h w AVillis av 
Bender Philip, ins. agent, e s 3d av opp Fourth 
Bender John, tailor, n s Waverly 8th li w Wash'n av 
Berenice Charles, blacksmith, s s 144th 1st h w Willis av 
Benson Eodney, drygoods, N. Y., w s Willis av 2d h n 14l6t 
Becker John, painter, e s 3d av 6th h n 146th 
Benzler John, tailor, n s Grove 1st h e 3d av 
Bellion John, teapacker, w s Retreat av Isth s Grove 
Bellion Michael, teapacker, n s Eetreat av 1st h s Grove 
Bee Jacob, junk, s s Gerard 2d h e Eetreat av 
Betzig Edward, tailor, e s 8t. Ann's av 1st h ii AVr Eailroad 
Bentell Christian, clerk, n s Wr Eailroad 3d h e St. Ann's av 
Berrien Geo. H., mason, s s Prospect 2d h w Courtland av 
Beirmeister Conrad, drygoods, nee Milton & Courtland av 
Beatty Mary, wid., s s William 3d h e Courtland av 
Beetman E. L., tobacconist, N. Y., e s Wash'n av 1st h s 

Findley 
Beguir Luke, waiter, N. Y., s s Milton 7th li e T ourtlaud av 
Bennett John, mer., N. Y"., n w c Morris j^l & William 
Bennett Emerson, plumber, n w c Morris pi & AA'illiam 
Bennett Eli, broker, jN". Y., e s Second 2d h e E E av 
Belmont Francis, cigarmkr, nee Wash'n av & First 
Betz Jacob, M'eaver, s s Fourth 2d h w 3d av 
Beath George, macliinist, N. Y., e s Wasli'n av 1st h n 

Fourth 
Benchine George, Ibr., e s Wash'n av 4th h n Fourth 
Becker Michael, tailor, n s Schuyler, 4th h e Morris av 
Bean John, liostler, n s Elton 5tli h w 3d av 
Benzler Matthew, dye]-, n s Elton 5th h w 3d av 
Bertrand Alex., painter, s s Mary 1st h w AVash'n av 
Bemer Frederick, baker, n s Springfield 7th he Courtland. av 
Berg Henry, pianomkr, w s Courtland av 1st h s Springfield 
Bede Eichard, blacksmith, s s Dennian 3d h s Courtland av 
Berger Jeza, actor, n a Govorneur 4th h w Courtland av 
Berlew James, teamster, sec Govorneur & Morris av - 
Bezy Alfred, Ibr., sec Govorneur & Morris av 
Beckhaus William, Ibr., w s 3d av 9th li s Milton 
Bee John, 2)eddler, av s 3d av 2d li s Henry 
Beirmeister Henry, Ibr., n s Benson 3d h w 3d av 
Berdett Wash'n, gardener, e s Boston rd bet Homo A Georo^.- 



MOEEISANIA DIEECTOEY. 7 

Besemer Jacob H., blacksmith, w s 3d av nr Second, r n s Second 

let h w 3d av 
Bergen Patrick J., liquors, w s 3d av opp Boston rd 
Bergert Charles, brewer, w s 3d av 6th h s Third 
Berdaner Wentxel, cigarmkr, w s Washington' av 1st h n 

Second 
Begg Wm., clerk, N. Y., n a Eighth 3 h w Waah'n av 
Birdsall John, bartender, n e c S Boulevard & 3d av 
Birdsall Sol. S., G. H. officer, s e c St. Ann's av & 138th 
Birdsall Henry, clerk, N. Y., s e c St. Ann's av & 138th 
Birdsall Herman, carpenter, n w c Mott & 3d av 
Bingham Samuel, printer's rollers, N. Y., n s Garden 1st h w 

3d av 
Bingham Leander, printer's rollers, N. Y., n s Garden Isth w 

College av 
Bingham M. Tillmore, printer's rollers, N. Y., n s Garden 1st 

h w 3d av 
Birney John, brass founder, N. Y., e s College av 2nd h a 

Main 
Bionki Francois, stone-cutter, s s l44:th 3d h w Willis av 
Birchall Nathan, coal & dye woods, Port Morris 
Birchall Henry, coal, Yv^est Farms, Port Morris 
Birchall Nathan, jr., clerk, Port Morris 
Birchall & Chapman, coal & plaster, w s 3d av 6th h n Edsell 

& Port j\Iorris 
Bisland William, milkman, s s 144th od h e 3d av 
Birch Geo B., n s Melrose, 3d h n Courtland av 
Bittel Mary M., wid., nee Findley & Terrace pi 
Binder Frederick, bakery, e s 3d av 3 h s 14Gtli 
Binder John, barber, w s Courtland av Ist h s Waverly 
Binder Joseph, brewer, w s E E av opp Seventh 
Binder (Mr.,) brewer, nee AVash'n av & Seventli 
Bishop Philip H., butcher, e s Eobbins av 1st h n Uncas 
Bishop Edward, real estate, N. Y^., w s Boston rd 2d h n Sixth 
Bishop F. W., book keeper, N. Y., w s Boston rd 2d h n Sixth 
Bishop Yv^ H., book keeper,N. Y., w s Boston rd 2d h n Sixth 
Bishopberger Charles, upholsterer, w^ s 3d av 2d h s Fifth 
Bishopberger, tailor, vf s Fulton av 7th h s Eighth 
Bigelow A. J., physician, office Fifth st, 3d h e E E av, r w s 

Boston rd 1st h n Fifth 
Biggs Fred., express, e s 3dav 1st h n Fifth 
Bissinger Wm., tailor, s s Springfield 1st h e Courtland av 
Bischotf Henry, butcher, n s Schuyler 3d h e Courtland av 
Bischoft* Philip, butcher, n s Schuyler :>d h e Courtland av 
Bittner Mary, seamstress, s w c Benson c^i: 3d av 



8 MOEEISANIA DIEECTOEY. 

Biecker Peter, tailor, c s 8d av 5th h n Grove 
Birnstid August, carpenter, s s Cliff 2d h w Eorest av 
Blauvelt Mrs. Emma, wid., s s Sixth od h e Boston rd 
Blauvolt John J., sash & blinds, w s Wash'n av2d h s Seventh 
Blauvelt Joseph J., clerk, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Seventh 
Blauvelt Edwin J., builder, N. Y., n s Elton 8d h e Morris av 
Blessing John A., saloon, e s 8d av 7th h s Eighth 
Blake Charles, agent, e s Eranklin av 7th h n Sixth 
Bloomer John H., carpenter, w s Wash'n av 1st h n Eighth 
Bleecker Anthony J., auc'r, N. Y., w s AVash'n av 8d h n Sixth 
Bleecker Anthony J., jr., auctioneer, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 3d 

h n Sixth 
Blackard Erancis, carver, N. Y., s s Eirst 4th h w 3 av 
Blackett James, machinist, w s Courtland av 2d h n Mott 
Blair AVm., porter, s s Melrose 5th h w Wash'n av 
Blankenburg William, cabinetmkr, s s Springfield 5th h w 

3d av 
Blume Alguin, music teacher, e s Courtland av 2d h s Spring- 
field 
Blanth Peter, jr., painter, n s Schuyler 2d h e Courtland av 
Blanth Peter, tailor, n s Schuyler 2d h e Courtland av 
Blankenberger Christian, mason, n s Schuyler !*^th h ^v 3d av 
Blount Henry, Ibr., Port Morris 
Blaxham John, n s Cottage 15th li w College av 
Black Edward, lawyer, N. Y., n s Lexington 2d h e Eobbinsav 
Blaney Hugh, iron moulder, s w c S Boulevard & Lexington 
Blaney Mary, dressmkr, s w c S Boulevard & Lexington 
Blakely, Thomas, blacksmith, N. Y., s s Willow pi 1st h e 

College av 
Bleil Philip, fish, N. Y., s s 146th 1st h e Mill Brook 
BLYTHE J. H. G., lawyer, e s 3d av 1st h s 145th, r s e c 

Willow pi & College av 
Bleiger Henrj^, Ibr., e s Eobbins av 4th h n Uncas 
Bleicher Henry, foreman, s s Westchester rd 2d h e Eagle av 
Blume Ernest, buttons, s s Eirst 1st h e Courtland av 
Bleulcr Charles, grocer, n s Union 1st h e Courtland av 
Bohnifolk J. T., n s Cottage 10th h w College av 
Bowen James (Capt.,) saloon, n e c S Boulevard & 3d av 
Bolton Henry, mason, av s 3d av 3d h s Edsell 
Bohtram August, iron moulder, w s 3d av 5tli h n Smeeman 
Bohlen Charles, grocer, e s 3d av 1st h n 140tli 
Boyle Adam, Ibr., e s Concord 2d h s Elm 
Boulard J. M., musician, e s College av 1 h n Concord 
Boulard James, jr., clerk, N. J., e s College av 1st h n Concord 
Bottz Charles, Ibr., s s 144th Ist h w Wilhs av 



MOEEISANIA DIEECTOEY.; 9 

Bogart AVilliam, silversiiiith, N. Y., s s lootli 4tli li e Alex- 
ander av 
Bogart Wm., carx^enter, s s "Williani Ist h w Wash'n av 
Bonnett Jacob, carpenter, N. Y., s s lootli 10th h e Alex- 
ander av 
Boss E., tailor, w s Willis av 1st h n 144th 
Bose Carl, saloon, s s Uncas 3d h w Tinton av 
Borsig Herman, locksmith, w s Conrtland av 1st h n Melrose 
Botalish Catharine, wid., Conrtland av 2d h s Milton 
Bolton John, Ibr., N. Y., s s Milton 8th h w Wash'n av 
Boyer Henry, Ibr., w s Conrtland av 1st h s Waverly 
Bohling H., milkman, e s Eetreat av 6th h n Westchester av 
Boscher John, Ibr., n s Grove 2d h e 3d av 
Bodley Mr., coachmkr, s s Gerard 1st h e Eetreat av 
Bohme Leypold, grocer, e s 3d av 4th h s Sixth 
Bolmer William, paper hangings, w s 3d av 1st h n Fourth 
Bostwick B. C, w s Franklin av od h s Eighth 
Bostwick S. B., broker, N. Y., w s Franklin av 3d h s Eighth 
Bostwick W. E., broker, N. Y., w s FrankHn av 3dh s Eighth 
Bostwick George, Ibr., s s Third 2d h e E E av 
Bourne Francis, carpenter, s s Sixth 2d h w Franklin av 
Booth Charles L., express, n s Seventh 2d h w Franklin av 
Bowen Wm., clerk, N. Y., s w c Wash'n av & Second 
Bossart Amandus J., carriagemkr, ^y s Conrtland av 2d h s 

Mary 
Boyd Eobert, gardener, n s Springfield 8th h w 3d av 
Bonekaw Eobert, clerk, N. Y., s s Springfield 1st h w Court- 
land av 
Borhman Caspar, painter, n s Schuyler 2d h w 3d av 
Both Jacob, cigarmkr., n s Governeur 2d h w Morris av 
BOWES A. & J., grocers, 3d av & Mill Brook 
Bowes James, grocer, e s 3d av 2d h w St. Ann's av 
Boske Conrad, dealer second hand goods, w s 3d av 12th h s 

Milton 
Bondy AVm., cooper, s s Fifth 2d h w 3d av 
Bourbon James, n s Ella 3d h e Morris pi 
Bowman John P., carpenter, w s E E av 2d h n Fourth 
Braudlacht Anthony J., hardAvare, s w c 3d av & Denman 
Brinckman Fred'k., e s 3d av 3d h s Westchester rd 
Brown Hannah, wid., w s Conrtland av 1st h s Melrose 
Brown William, Ibr., n s Springfield 6th h w 3d av 
Brown H., wid., laundress, s s Schuyler 4th h w Wash'n av 
Brown Thomas, police, s w c AVestchester rd & Eagle av 
Brown Francisco, grocer, w s Wash'n av 1st h n Prospect 
Brown Olivia, laundry, n s Waverly 4th h e Conrtland av 



10 MOERISANIA DIEECTOEY. 

Brown Edward, carpenter, w s Eranklin av 3d li n Eighth 

Brown Eobert I., real estate, n s Fifth 2d h eE E av 

Brown Geo., B., carriage-trimmer, w s Wash'n av 1st h n 

Fourth 
Brown James B., shoemkr, w s Wash'n av 1st h n Fourth 
Brown Thomas, Ibr., Port Morris 
Brown EUza, wid., s s Cottage 2d h w College av 
Brown irermann, grocer, Port Morris 
Brown Timothy, saloon, n s Van Stoll 1st li e E E av 
Brown William, iron moulder, n s Mott 3d h w 3d av 
Brown Ann E., wid., n s Mott 3d h w 3d av 
Brown Henry, mason, w s 3d av 3d li s Edsoll 
Brown Thomas, Ibr., e s Eobbins av 2d h s Wr Eailro^d 
Brown Eliza, bonnet frames, e s 3d av 4th h n 144th 
Brown Albert, confectioner, e s 3d av 1st h n 146th 
Brown Wm. F., lawyer, off 3d av opp Westchester rd 
Bray Wm., H., editor, X. Y., e s Yilla pi 2d h s Home 
Bray 'Mrs. Susan, s s Spring pi 1st h e 3d av 
Bray Arthur, tailor, n w o Fulton av & Fifth 
Brady Michael, Ibr., n s Governeur 2d h w Morris av 
Brady Edward, Ibr., w s Morris av 1st h n Denman 
Brady James, plasterer, e s Morris av 3d h n Benson 
Brady James, Ibr., Port Morris 
Brady Hugli, Ibr., n s Cottage iTtli h w College av 
Brady Phillip, grocer, n w c 3d av & Edsell 
Brady James, stone-cutter, w s 3d av 5th h n Concord 
Brady John, gardener, e s Wash'n av 4th li s Milton 
Brixner Banro, Ibr., n w c l^oston rd & Spring pi 
Bristow George F., music, sec Forest av & George 
Brandow Mrs. Mary A., dressmkr, s e-c Seventh c\: 3d av 
Bruder Eliza, w s 3d av 6th h s Seventh 
Brann John xV., brewer, e s 3d av 5th h s Se^-ent]l (rear) 
Brant Mrs. Magaret, w s 3d av 6th h n Fifth 
Brentty George, brewer, w s 3d av 2d h s Fourth 
Britton Alex., mason, w s Franklin av 2d h s SeAcnth 
Brickie Matthias, Ibr., e s 3d av 7th h s Fifth 
Brinkerhoff J. Dewitt, photographer, av s Fulton av 1st h n 

Seventh 
Brodhead John, nnxl estate, e s Fulton av 2d h s Eighth 
Brandt C. F. G., leather & finding, e s Wash'n av 2d h n 

Second 
Brunner Julius, t(jy nif'r., w s E E av 3d h s Sixth 
Breslin John, coachman, e s E E av 2d h n Third 
Brunt Miss Jane A., s s Third 1st h e Wash'n av 
Brindle Henry, driver, nee Wash'n av & Fourth 



MOREISANIA DIRECTOEY. 11 

Brisener Frederick, hostler, n w o ]3ostoii rd & Spring pi 
Brigerman Charles, cigarmkr, nee Wash'n av & First 
Bradbury Charles B., teacher, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 2d h n 

Eighth 
Brusto Patrick, Ibr., n s Governeur I2d h w Morris av 
Brophy James, Ibr., n s Denman 2d h w Morris av 
Bromoon James, Ibr., s s Benson -1th h e Morris av 
Bryan Morris, Ibr., Port Morris 
Bryan John, Ibr., P P av 1st h s Yan Stoll 
Briggs George (Capt.,) Grove & Harlem river 
Briggs Augustus, clerk, N. Y., Grove & Harlem river 
Briggs Samuel, carpenter, N. Y., n s 139th od h e 3d av 
Briggs James, butcher, IS. Y., n s Waverly 7th h w Wash'n av 
Britton Charles, engineer, s s Edsell 6th h ^y 3d av 
Brittain John, carpenter, s s William 5th h w Wash'n av 
Braund E. M., wid., confectionary, w s odav 6th h n Smeeman 
Brennan John, saloon, w s 3d av 7th h n Smeeman 
Brennan Patrick, carpenter, w s Clifton av 2d h s 143d 
Brennan James, sash & blinds, s s l'13d 2d h av Clifton av 
Brennen Dennis, carpenter, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Waverly 
Brennan John, tailor, s s Edsell 2d h w 3d av 
Brenner John, ongr., av s Tinton av 1st h n Wr Pailroad 
Brenner Christian, crockerymkr, n s Wr Paih-oad tJth h e 

Pobbins av 
Brenner Anton, crockerymkr, n s AYr Pailroad 5th h e Pob- 
bins av 
Brenner Jacob, fi-amer, n s Union 2d h e Courtland av 
Brenner Johann, crockerymkr, n s Wr Pailroad 4th h e Pob- 
Brandt George, Ibr., s s Springfield 6th h av 3d av 
Brooks Joseph, shoemkr.,s e c Springfield & Courtland av 
Brien Jacob, mason, s s Schuyler 3d h e Courtland av 
Bruggeman Joseph, tailor, n s Elton 12th h w Wash'n av 
Bradbrook John, hotel, sec Gerard av & Cedar, r o s Gerard 

2d h n Juliet 
Brabham Robert, brass finisher, n s Milton 5th h av Wash'n av 
Brabham Henry, moulder, s s Union 3d h av AYash'n av 
Brabham Wm. S., mason, s s Union 3d h av Wash'n aA- 
Brook Samuel, carpenter, n s Union 7th h e Courtland av 
Bruckner Geo., breAver, sec Wash'n av & William 
Bruckner Louis, breAver, sec Wash'n av & William 
Bruckner John, Ibr., av s Wash'n av 1st h s Prospect 
Bronchette Joshua, optician, s s Milton 3d h w AVasli'n av 
BroAvel John, cooper, av s Retreat av 3d h s Rose 

bins av 
Braun Henry, shoemkr, s s 144th 1st h av AYillis av 



1-2 MOERISANIA DIEECTOPtY. 

Braun Ilemy, sash & blinds, n s 1-i^kl 1st li e od av, r n s 

143d 2d li e 8d av 
Bradley Christy, Ibr., e s Eobbins av 2d h s Wr Eailroad 
Brockner Jefferson & Bros., grocers, w s 3d av 4th h s Fifth 
Brmidage E., carpenter, e s odav 4tli h n 14Gtli 
Biichannan Pat., carpenter, e s Clinton 1st li s Jefferson 
Buchannan Thomas, lather, e s Clinton 1st h s Jefferson 
Buchannan John, carpenter, e s Clinton 1st h s Jefferson 
Burgert John, cigar mfr, w s 3d av 3d h n fSixth 
Buckhout Henry, teller, N. Y., e s Franklin av 1st h n 3d av 

junction 
BurroAvs Ealph E., s s Spring pi 1st h e 3d av 
Burgman Ed., engineer, w s 3d av opp Spring pi 
Buhling John, butcher, w s E E av 3d h n Eighth 
Buhler Geo., saloon, n s AVr Eailroad '2d h e St. Ann's av 
Buhler Joseph, stationer, n s Eif'tli 3d h e E E av 
Bultra Anton, cigarmkr, e s Wash'n av 2d h n Sixth 
Busch Fred. AV.,^^clerk, n s Third 2d h w 3d av 
Busch Michael, cabinetmkr, n s Elton 12 th h w 3d av 
Bush Amanda, wid., s s Findley 1st h av Wasli'ii av 
Burt John, contractor, e s "Wash'n av 1st h n Eighth 
Burgler Christoph., tailor, s s Elton 3d h e Morris av 
Butler Thomas, Ibr., e s E E av 1st h n Elton 
Butler Edward, carpenter, n s Benson 2d h e Morris av 
Butler Theodore, brass finisher, n s Wash'n av 1st hn Melrose 
Butler Wm., Ibr., s s William 1st h w Wash'n av 
Butler James, civil engineer & surveyor, e s 3d av 3d h s loCth 
Burger John, carpenter, n s Schuyler 5th h e Morris av 
Bullman Edwin, pianomkr, N. Y""., n s Elton 8tli h w 3d av 
Burkhardt Mary, Avid., s s Schuyler 5tli h e Courtland av 
Burkhard Joseph, carpenter, sec Tinton av 6c Pontiac 
Butt Polkhard, pianomkr, s s Melrose 5th h e Courtland av 
Butt John, Ibr., n s Melrose Gth h e Courtland av 
Buser Mr. machinist, N. Y., n s Mary 8th h av Wash'n av 
Burns Michael, teamster, e s 3d av 1st h av St. Ann's av 
Burns Edward, iron moulder, e s 3d av 2d h s 141st 
Burns Thomas, iron moulder, e s 3d av 2d h s 141st 
Burns Joseph, horseshoer, n s Westchester rd 4th h c Ee- 

treat av 
Buchelberger Bernard, saluon, n av e 3d av & Elton 
Buscher Charles, painter, e s 3d av 4th h s Eose 
Buhler Charles, machinist, av s 3d av 2d h n Denman 
Burr Oliver, cigarmkr, e s Courtland av nth h n !Mott 
Bullman Arthur, junk, s s Prospect Oth h e Courtland av 
Buddenieh Chas. A., builder, N. Y., s s Ella 1st h s Morris pi 



18 M0EEI8ANIA DIEECTOrvY. 

Burke Patrick, teamster, Port Morris 
Burke James, Ibr., E E av 1st h s Van StoU 
Burke Patrick, Ibr., s s Benson 8d li w Morris av 
Burke Jolm, marble-cutter, s s Union 4th. h e Courtland av 
Bulger John, gardener, nee 138th & St. Ann's av 
Bullock Susan, wid., nee 189th &, Alexander av 
Bullock John, clerk, N. Y., e s Alexander av 4th h s 140th 
Burgoyne James, machinist, N. Y., s s Garden 9th h w Col- 
lege av 
Burgoyne Henry, porter, N. Y"., n s Milton 4th h e Court- 
land av 
Bunting Henry P. L., w s College av 5th h n Concord 
Butner Lewis, bookkeeper, N. Y^., s s 146th 2d h e Mill Brook 
Burnett Charles P. A., cashier, N. Y., e s Pulton av od h s 

Seventh 
Burnett John L., ins. office, nee 145th & 3d av 
Burnett William H., physician, e s 3d av 1st h n 14(3 th 
Bussing Prancis, saw mill, N. Y"., n s 139th 2d h e 139th 
Butter Charles, stone-mason, e s 3d av 2d h s 141st 
Burritt James, painter, sec 141st & 3d av 
Bunker Willam, painter, e s 3d av 5th h n 146th 
Buxton Thomas Ix, carpenter, e s Courtland av 1st h nPindley 
Buxton Thomas B., jr., Ibr., e s Courtland av 1st h n Pindley 
Buxton Wm., Ibr., e s Courtland av 1st h n Pindley 
Burrell Wm., porter, N. Y., s s Waverly 4th h s Courtland av 
Bundschuh Anton, tailor, w s Eobbins av (5th h n Uncas 
Bude Diedrich, Ibr., w s Eobbins av 6th h n Uncas 
Byrnes James, bridge-tender, s s Edsell 6th h w 3d av 
B\i-ns John, Ibr., s s Mott 1st h w College av 
Byrns Patrick, Ibr., s s Mott 6th h av College av 
Byrns John, Ibr., e s 3d av 3d h n 141st 
Byrns Patrick, Ibr., e s 3d av 3d li n 141st 
Byrne A. L., lic^uors, e s 3d av 2d h n 143d 
Byrne Catherine, wid., boarding-house, n s Mott Ist h w Col- 
lege av 
Byrne Daniel, Ibr., w s Courtland av 1st h n Waverly 
Byrnes James, Ibr., Wash'n 2d h n Waverly 
Byrnes James, Jr., laborer, Vvash'n av 2d h n Waverly 

c 

Caulfield William, clerk, N. Y., n s Cottage 8th h w College av 
Carr Patrick, milkman, n s Cottage 1 st h e E E av 
Carr Austin, livery stable, E E av ft Pourtli, r w s E E av let 
h n Pourtli 



14 MOEEISANIA DIEECTOEY. 

Carr William S. & Co., foundry, nee Eyder av & Smeeman 
Garr Frank H., livery stable, E E av ft Pourth, r n e c E E 

av & Third 
Carr Alonzo, grocer, s ^v c AVash'n av & Second, & w 8 3d av 

2d h s 138tli r w s Wash'n av 1st h s Second 
Carney Patrick, n w c Macomb av & Grove 
Carley B., oyster dealer, N. Y., e s Macomb av Gth h s Main 
Carter James, li engineer, s s Edsell od h tv 3d av 
Carey Clarence, lawyer, N, Y., n s 134tli 1st h w St. Ann's av 
Caine Patrick, laborer, n s Hendrick 1st h w od av 
Caiolin Terence, saloon, w s 3d av -Itti h n 139tli 
Carey Patrick, laborer, e s Eobbins av 1st Ii s Lexington 
Carrissa John, peddler, e s Eobbins av 2d h s Lexington 
Cassalina Couki, stone cutter, s s 144th 2d h w Willis av 
Calvert William, builder, s s 143d 1st h e 3d av 
Carey Thomas, carpenter, s s 143d 2d h e 3d av 
Cannon Harrison, indexer, n s 139 th 4th h w Willis av 
Cannon Le Grand B., s s 134th 1st h w Willis av 
Cannon U. A., clerk, N. Y., s s 134th 3d h w WilHs av 
Carey Thomas, laborer, e s 3d av 1st h n 141st 
Cairns James, laborer, e s 3d av 1st h n 14l8t 
Carney Peter, laborer, w s 3d av Gth h s Mott 
Callaghan Chris., harness, N. Y., s s Elton 8th h s Morrie av 
Callagban Ellen, laundress, sec Governeur & Courtlandt av 
Callaghan Patrick, laborer, s s Benson 7th h e Morris av 
Callaghan Pat., laborer, w s Wash'n av 1st h n Waverly 
Carroll John, laborer, ^v s 3d av 10th h s Milton 
Castello Jose G. del, n s Mott 8th h ^v Courtlandt av 
Carew M. J., carpenter, n s Mott 3d h w College av 
Calder John, clerk, N. Y., s s Prospect Gth h e Courtlandt av 
Carlile Horace, merchant, N. Y"., sec Morris pi & Helen 
Carlile N. D., merchant, N. Y""., sec Morris pi & Helen 
CAMPBELL A. M. & A., masons & builders. Spring plnr Bos- 
ton rd 
Campbell H, S., gents furnishing goods and agt. Staten Island 

dye works, nee 143d & 3d av 
Campbell Andrew D., carpenter, w s 3d av 5th h n 139th 
Campbell Geoi-ge, carpenter, n s Concord 3d h w College av 
Campbell AVm., engineer, n s Milton 2d h ^v Wash'n av 
Campbell Allen Isi., builder, s s Home 1st h w Union av. 
Campbell John M., carpenter, n s Spring pi 2d h w Boston rd 
Campbell Alex., builder, n s Spring pi 2d h w Boston rd 
Campbell Wm., mason, e s av A 1st h s Cliff 
Campbell Bridget, wid., nee Courtlandt av & Union 
Campbell Hugh J., stoves & tinware, w s 3d av 4th h s Sixth 



I 



, MOEEISANIA DIEECTOEY. 15 

Carroll Edward, laborer, w s Willis av 1st h s 145th 
Carroll Pat., shoemkr, w s Wash'n av 3d h s Fiftli 
Carroll Pat., mason, e s E E av 1st h s Union 
Carroll Pat., driver, esEEavlsths Union 
Cassien Patrick, machinist, n s Union 5 th h e Courtlandt av 
Cassien Edward, brassfinislier, n s Union 5tli li e Courtlandt av 
Cane James, gardner, s s William 4th h w Wash'n av 
Campion Dennis, gardener, nee Eobbins av & Pontiac 
Cahall Timpson, Ibr., e s Terrace pi 1st h n Wr Eailroad 
Callahan James, gardner, n s New 2d h w Union av 
x Callahan Wm., Ibr., n s Strong's av 3d h e Forest av 
Callahan James, mason, s s Third 1st h e E E av 
Carpenter Higbie, hotel, s e c E E av & Fifth 
Carpenter Thomas, milk, n s Strong's av 2d h w Union av 
Cashman Pat'k, trackmaster, w s 8d av 4th h n Fifth 
Calm Fred., gardener, s s Sixth 2d h e Boston rd 
Castle Geo., butcher, n w c 3d av & Fourth 
Carrigue P. D., DeGraaf House, e s 3d av bet Cliff' & First pi 
Carrigan Thomas, fireman, e s E E av 2d h n Third 
Cailer Michael, laborer, s s Third 2d h e E E av 
Cammerden Henry E., n s Seventh, 1st h w Wash'n av 
Cannon John, tailor, n s Eighth 1st h w 3d av 
Casbarie Eosina Mrs., s s First 6th h w 3d av 
Carber Charles, soda water, n w c Wash'n av & Fourth 
Casey Oliver, messenger, s s Mary 4th h w Wash'n av 
Carnage Augustus, dry goods, w s Courtlandt av 1st h s Melrose 
Campion Frederick, grocer, w s Courtlandt av Ist h s Melrose 
Cambers & Co., grocers, s w c Schuyler & Courtlandt av 
Cambers Louis, grocer, s w c Schuyler & Courtlandt av 
Cauldwell William, publisher, N. Y., sec Boston rd & George 
Caldwell John, Ibr., nee Elron & E E av 
Caldwell Wm., carpenter, n e c Elton & E E av 
Cessely John, liquors, sec Eobhins av & Uncas 
Chapman W. IT., dye wood-, Port Morris 
Chapman Wm. S., banker, N. Y., sec Grove av & Wall 
Chegwidden Alexander, cotfen r<.a-ter, N. Y., s s 141st, 3d he 

Alexander av 
Chegwidden Thos., coffee r.a-t'n-, n s i40th 4th h w Willis av 
Chamberlain Geo. A. W., Li , w s Boston rd 1st h s Jeffer- 

son 
Challis James C, w s Bost-m ; -i h s Sixth 
Chamber Jas., s'one cutter, N ., ^ - Clinton 1st h n Seventh 
Chave Bernard M., builder, iv od h s Fifth 

dherodcan August, sculptor ^ ., - > Seventh Ist h e Frank- 



lin 



av 



IG MOEEISANIA DIEECTORY. 

Child Edmund, insurance, N. Y., us Seventh od h w Erank- 

lin av 
Chudoba Erank, shoemkr, s s Third 3d h w od av 
CHISHOLM WALTEE, Je. & Co., grocers, s s Eifth 1st h w 

od av 
Chapin Charles C, express, s ^y e AVash'n av & Sixth 
Charlton George T., w s od av 2d h s Elton 
Chaurd Ered'k, Ibr., e s 3d av 1st h s Henry 
Chrystie Thomas, plumber, n w c Mott & Morris av 
Chick John, mason, e s Courtlandt av Ist h s Springfield 
Chormann Ered., brewer, w 8 av A 4th h s cliff 
Champion Joseph, miner, n s William 1st h w Wash'n av 
Chase Geo. G., letter carrier, s s Eindlay 1st h w Wash'n av 
Christoph Edmund, whitewasher, n s Prospect 2d h e Court- 
landt av 
Chrispil Charles, coachman, e s Walton av 8d h s Ella 
Clifford Michael, saloon. Port Morris 
Clahan Patrick, laborer. Port Morris 
Clair Bernard, laborer. Port Morris 
demons Charles, vv'aiter, s s Van StoU 2d h w 3d av 
Clendening Willard, Ibr., w s Macomb av 2d h s Van Stoll 
Clarke John, bakery, e s 8d av 4th h n 147th 
Clarke L E., carpenter, n s loOth 4th h "w od av 
Clarke John, carpenter, n s lo9th 4th h w od av 
Clarke John, peddler, n s Elton 1st h e E E av 
Clark Eobert, w s av A 1st h s Cliff 
Clark Jane, wid., n s Westchester rd 2d h w Union av 
Clark John J., clerk, Board of Education, Office, Townhall, r 

n 8 AVestchester rd 2d h w Union av 
Clark Erederick, waiter, w s Courtlandt av 1st h s Eindley 
Clark Thomas, Ibr., w s Courtlandt av 4th hn Union 
Clark Geo., whitewasher, n s Prospect 4th h w Wash'n av 
Clark ]S[ildred C, w s College av 3d h n Lowell 
Clarke George A., furniture, N. Y., s s 14(>th 3d h e Alexan- 
der av 
Clark J. T., stair builder, e s 3d av 4th h s 13r)th, r n s 134th 

3d h w A\'illis av 
Clark J. P., stair builder, e s 3d av 4tli h s 135th, r n B 134th 

3d h w Willis av 
Clark Thnothy, Ibr., s s 149t]i 2d h w Clifton av 
Clark Jolui, clork, w s 3d av 3d h n Garden 
Clinton Patrick, Ibr., n s 139th 5th h w 3d av 
Clock J. M., carpenter, N. Y., w s Willis av 1st h s 142d 
Clare James, Ibr., s e c 3d av & 141st 
Claflin Otis M., cartman, e s E E av 1st h s Eifth 



MCEEISANIA DIEECTOEY. 17 

Claus Jordan, tailor, w s 3d av 5tli h s Seventh 

Cline Philip, blacksmith, w s od av 4th h s Third 

Cline John, gardener, w s Union av 1st h n Sixth 

Classon Ed., machinist, w s E E av 1st h n EightHi 

Clauson Mark, Ibr., w s od av M h s Third 

Closter Mary, dress mkr., sec Springfield & Courtlandt ar 

Clifford Eichard W., mason, w s Wash'n av 1st h n Schuyler 

Clancy Thdmas, s s Governeur 1st h e Morris av 

Class Adolph, tailor, s s Eindley 6th h w AVash'n av 

Cyrus John, framer, n s Waverly 4th h w Wash'n av 

Coling G. W., shoe fitter, N. Y., s s Cottage 8d h w College a-s- 

Collins James, car driver, w s od av 1st h s Mott 

Colwell Thomas, clerk, s s Edsell 5th h w 3d av 

Converse Frank, musician, n s 137th 1st h e St. Ann's av 

Conovor L. V., iron founder, N. Y'., s s Union 1st liw Wash'n 

av 
Conover George, plumber, N. Y''., n s Lowell 3d h e College av 
Conley Bernard, watchman, N. Y., w s 3d av 2d hn Smeeman 
Connelly Barney, Ibr., w s 3d av 3d h n Van StoU 
Connelly Mark, stone cutter, n s 145th 2d h e Willis av 
Connell James, w s 3d av 3d h n Garden 
Coon George, builder, N. Y'., w s 3d av 3d h n 139th 
Cooney Mr., gardener, s s Eirst 5th h w 3d av 
Cottell John, peddler, g s Concord av 1st h s Lexington 
Concress Henry, nee Willis av & 145th 

Colange Leo. D., editor, N. Y"., s s 136th 4th h e Alexanderar 
Cobell ( ^onstantine, blacksmith, n s 148th 1st h s Eetreat av 
Connigham Wm., Ibr., w s Eagle av 1st h s Westchester rd 
Corcoran Eatrick, ibr., e s Terrace pi 1st h n Wr Eailroad 
Conrad Wm., stone cutter, s s Mary 5th h w AVash'n av 
Coleman August, Ibr., w s Wash'n av 1st h n Schuyler 
Coleman l^rotliers, saloon, nee 139th & 3d av 
Coleman Bernard, w s Courtlandt av 3d h n Union 
Coleman Eatrick, Ibr., w s 3d av 4tli h n Sixth 
Coleman Albert, framer, e s Benson av 1st h n Westchester rd 
Cole Eussell, w s Carr av 4th h s 156th 
Cole Sarah, n s Main 5th h e E E av 
Cole Elizabeth C, dressmkr., n s Elton lOth h w 3d av 
Cole Edwin E., clerk, e s E E av 2d h n Eightli 
Cole Isaac, carpenter, e s Wash'n av 5th h n Seventh 
Coles Daniel, furniture, N. Y., w s Forest av 3d h n Clift* 
Coles James, foreman, e s 3d av 4th h n Grove 
Coles Wm. T., printer, s s Sixth 1st h w Boston rd 
Coughelan Jeremiah, carpenter, n w c Schuyler & jMorris av 
Coughelan Michael, e s E E av 1st h n Elton 



18 MORRISANIA UIKECTORY. 

Cody Wm., Ibr., e s Governeur 1st h er Morris av 

Coppell Herman, moulder, s s Denman 8th h w Courtlandt av 

Cooley John, mftson, n s Denman 2d h e Morris av 

Condon Bridg;et, widow, e s William 1st h s Wash'n av 

Condon John, carpenter, e s WiUiam 1st h s Wash'n av 

Condon Wm., printer, e s William 1st h s Wash'n av 

Condon John, stone cutter, s s Seventh nr Fulton av 

Connor Thomas, carpenter, w s 3d av 2d h n Waverly 

Connor Patrick, police, w s od av 2d h n Waverly 

Connor James, Ibr., n s Mott 3d h av College av 

Conner John, Ibr., s s Seventh opp Clinton 

Connors Mary, wid., e s Bobbins av 3d h n Pontiac 

Collins Samuel, clerk, N. Y., e s 3d av 3d h s Milton 

Collins Wm. E,., cabinet mkr., Boston rd opp Wall 

Cooney Peter, laborer, w s 3d av 1st h n Denman 

Conzen Peter, grocer, sec Benson & Courtlandt av 

Corey May, seamstress, s s William 3d h e Courtlandt av 

Corporal Pobt., bookkeeper, s s Prospect 4th h w W^ash'n av 

Corning Amos, physician, s w c Morris pi & Juliet 

Corbett Patrick, Ibr., n s AVestchester rd 4th h e Eobbins av 

Corbett John, marble polisher, w s Forest av 5th h n Cliff 

Corbett John, Jr., clerk, w s Forest av 5th h n Cliff 

Corbett Mary, seamstress, w s Forest av 5th h n Cliff 

Corbett James C, liquors, e s P R av 1st h s Union 

Coberg Charlotte, boarding house, n s Eighth 1st h e 3d av 

Cornell Thomas, Ibr., \v s 3d av 4th h n Eighth 

Cornell Matthew, Ibr., w s 3d av 4th h n Eighth 

Cornell Richard, Ibr., w s 3d av 4th h n Eighth 

Cornell Martha, wid., nurse, n s Springfield 4th h e Morris av 

Cornell Wm. A., petroleum, c Fifth & 3d av 

Cornell C. W., w s 3d av 1st h n First 

Connell John, Ibr., w s av C 3d h s Cliff 

Cook Elizabeth, confectionery, w s 3d av opp Spring pi 

Cook Louis, saw filer, e s 3d av 4th h s Eighth 

Cook Andrew, moulder, w s 3d av 2d h s Fourth 

Cook Albert, moulder, s s First 5th h w 3d av 

Cooper Thomas H., upholsterer, N. Y., e s Franklin av 1st hs 

Sixth 
Cooper Henry, clerk, N. Y., e s 3d av 1st h n 145th 
Cooper J. T., waiter, N. Y., s s Waverly 7th h w Wash'n av 
Cosgrovo Patrick, Ibr., w s 3d av 5th h s Third 
Coscoe John, Ibr., s s Mott 6th h w College av 
Costello Patrick, laborer, e s Morris av 1st h n Benson 
Comfort John E., physician, w s Franklin av 3d h n Seventh 
Corey Mrs. Maria, w s Franklin av 2d h n Seventh 



MORHISANIA DIRECTORY. 19 

-Cochrane James, furniture, N. Y., DeGraaf House, 3d av bet 

Cliff & First pi 
Cochran James, n s Cottage 17th w College av 
Coffee John, shoemkr, e s R R av 2d h s Sixth 
Coffee Thomas, surveyor, e s R R av 2d h s Sixth 
Coffee James, mason, e s R R av 2d h s Sixth 
Coffee John, Ibr., e s 3d av odh n 141st 
Coyle Brogne, butcher, n w c Robbins av & Terrace pi 
Coyle Miss J. A., teacher, sec Fulton av & Eighth 
COMBES LOUIS H., saloon, e s R R av 1st h s Fifth 
Cordes Christopher, Ibr., w s Forest av 2d h n Cliff' 
Cordes Frederick, grocer, sec Wash'n av & First 
Cordes Henry, clerk, sec Wash'n av & First 
Conklin Jonas F., n s 140th 6th h w Willis av 
Conklin Mrs. Sarah A., widow, n s First 1st h w 3d av 
Conklin Harry, clerk, N. Y., n s First 1st h w 3d av 
Crawford Franklin, insurance, s w c Boston rd & Sixth 
Crabe George R., carpenter, v/ s RJi av 0th h s Eighth 
Creamer Mrs. Mary, laundress, e s 3d av 4th h s Eighth 
Creamer Dennis, laborer, w s 3d av 4th h n Sixth 
Grittenton Wm. M., patent medicines, N. Y., e s Franklin av 

7th h n Sixth 
Crittenton Fritz, segar mkr., e s 3d av 4th h s Fifth 
Crow George, w s R R av 4th h n Eighth 
Crow James N., w s Macomb av opp Main 
Crow John, saloon, s w c 3d av & Edsell 
Orowe Charles, carpenter, e s Morris av 1st h n Denman 
Orowe Michael, blacksmith, n s Mott 3d h w Courtlandt av 
Crowe Thomas, glass, N. Y., n s Mary 1st h e Morris av 
Croby Louis, moulder, n s Westchester rd 3d h e Robbins av 
Craigie Bedford, painter, e s Courtlandt av 1st h s Milton 
Orosby F. P., n s Cottage 1st h w College av 
'Crosby James, laborer, n s Benson 2d h w Morris av 
Oross John R., civil eng, N. Y., e s Franklin av 8th h n Sixth 
■Cross Samuel A., fireman, s s Edsell 6th h w 3d av 
-Crane John J., teas, N. Y., s s Division av Ist h e St. Ann's av 
Curran Patrick, agent, n s Denman 3d h w 3d av 
Cutler Wm. S., upholsterer, N. Y., e s Franklin av Ist h n 

Eighth 
Outler Wm. H., salesman, N. Y., e s Franklin av 1st h n 

Eighth 
^Cummings Thomas, carman, s s Seventh opp Clinton 
'Currie David, tea dealer, n s Seventh 4th h e 3d av 
Cutty Michael, blacksmith, e s Morris av 1st h s Schuyler 
<!unningham Bridget, wid., esRRavlsths Elton 



20 ]SLOiaJLSAKlA DlL'KCTOliV. 

Cuuningliam James ('., w s Boston rd 1st h s >Sixtli 

Cunningham M., boiler ins., N. Y., s w c William & Findlay 

Cunningham Chris., liquors, s w c AVilliam & Findlay 

Cunningham J., milkman, n s ]^)ronx Jst li ^v >>d av 

Cummings John, baker, e s Morris av 1st h n Mott 

Cuddy Joseph, laborer, n s Mott r)th h w Morris a^■ 

Cuddy John, machinist, n s Mott 1 st h w ( ollege 

Cuddy Thos., foreman, n w c Mott cK: Morris av 

Cuppy Daniel, Ibr., nee AVestchester rd & Benson av 

Curly Patrick, Ibr., sec Eobbins av & T'ncas 

Curtis Erank, bookkeeper, N. Y., s s Milton od h w Wash'n av 

Curtis Lafayette, surveyor, H B av 3d h e Tan Stoll 

Curtis Patrick, Ibr., n s Seventh 5th h n od av 

Cushing William, publisher, e s Macomb av 1st h n Main 

Cushing Jerusha, e s Macomb av 1st h n Main 

Culhane Patrick, laborer, e s Eobbins av 1st h s Lexington 

I) 

Daring George, grocery, w s od av 1st h » Edsell 
Daberkoro & tSohr. wheelwrights, n s looth 1st h e od ar 
Da^'is Charles, bartender, N. Y., n s Springfield "id h 

Morris a^' 
Davis Joseph, carpenter, n s 14Uth "Jd h e 3d av 
Davis C'harles P., watchman, n s Springfield 4tli h e ISIorris av 
Davis ^latilda, fancy goods, n s Main 4th h e li K av 
Davis Samuel P., tea 1)roker, s s Concord 4th h w ')d av 
Da\ is K. D., printer, s s Pourth '2]i e H P av 
Davis Eambert, mariner, s s Pindley '2d h w William 
Davison John, custom-house, e s College av 1st h n IMain 
Daley Thomas, Ibr., sec 141st & 3d (i\ 
Daley David, grocery, w s 3d av 3d h s Mott 
Daley James, Ibr., w s AVr Eailroad lid h w Eagle av 
Dayly Thomas, Ibr., n s Gerard 1st li e Eeti'eat av 
Daly James, mason, n s Denman .3th h w ( 'oui-tlaud av 
Daly Henrv, actor, n s 137th '2d h w Home 
Danley S. B., photographer, s s Pifth '2d h e WaslTii av 
Daller Prank, Ibr., n s Grove 1st h o 3d a\ 
Dale James, grocer, s e c Eobbins av & Lexington 
Darrendinger Jac<jb, Ibr., e s Eetreat av Oth h n West- 
chester rd 
Dascher Peter, cabiiictmkr., u s Uncas 1st li c Eobblu-- av 
Darr Wm., horse-trainer, e s Porest av '2d h s Wall 
Dawson Joseph, stone-cutter, n s Governeur '2d h w Court- 
land av 



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MOr.RISANIA DIKEOTOEY. 21 

Dawson Henry B., historian, n s H(3nie 1st h e Boston r 1 
Dawson Henry B., jr., printer, n s Home 1st li e Boston rd 
Danfield Robert, ins., N. Y., nee (.'ottage pi & Eighth 
Daniield Robert, jr., hardware, nee Cottage pi & Eighth 
Danfield Thomas, clerk, N. Y., nee Cottage pi & Eighth 
Danfield Edward, clerk, N. Y., n e c Cottage pi & Eighth 
Damm Christoph., tailor, w s 3d av 7th li s Eighth 
Damni Richard, baker, w s Hd av 4th h n Seventh 
Damm John, cigarmkr, w s --kl av 4th h n Seventh 
Damm Conrad, tailor, w s 3d av 4th h n Seventh 
Daniels Mrs. Cath. M., w s 3d av 3d h s Sixth 
Daniels Sanuiel C, l)ookkeeper, N. Y., w s 3d av 3d h s Sixth 
Daniels AVm., bntcher, N. Y., w s AVash'n av 1st h n Fifth 
J)ayto]i Gilbert, c. h. insp., N. Y., s 8 Seventh 1st h w Ful- 
ton av 
Daevlen John, scissor grinder, w s Courtland av 0th h n Union 
Daab Fred., e s Wash'n av 1st li n Fourth 
Damn G., baker, e s Wash'n av 1st h n Seventh 
Damn Henry, baker, e s 3d av 2d h s Westchester rd 
Dagner Patrick, Ibr., n s Mott (3th h w Morris av 
Delahanta John, iron moulder, e s College av 2d h s Main 
])eury Frederick, car starter, s s 145th 0th h w Mill Brook 
Dernis Joseph, carpenter, s s 144th 2d h e 3d av 
Delaney Thomas, teamster, e s 3d av 2d h s 141st 
Decker William H., boatman. Port Morris 
Demarest John, stoves & ranges, N. Y^., e s Macoml) av 2d k 

s Main 
Decker Marshall, contractor, R R av 3d li s Van Stoll 
Deuznieyer August, Ibr., e s R R av 2d li s Van Stoll 
Demarest Warren, real estate ag't., w s 3d av 4th li n Smeemau 
Delamar James C, lawyer, N. Y^., s s Concord 1st h w 3d av 
Deuznieyer Charles, Ibr., e s R R av 2d h s Van Stoll 
De Lever Antony, distiller, N. Y., n s 137t]i 3(1 li w S Boule- 
vard 
Delaney John, Ibr., n s 147th 1st h e 3d av 
I3elgado Gose, e s Eagle av 2d h s AVestchester rd 
Dendelin Mr., gardener, w s Eagle av 2 h s Wr Railroad 
Deckson Wm., n s Westchester rd 2d li e Retreat av 
]3esks Daniel C, nee Westchester rd & Benson av 
Devinne Daniel (Rev.,) n s William 1st li w Morris pi 
Demarsen Henry, publisher, N. Y^., s s Catharine 2d li e 

Morris pi 
Deicker Edward S., lithograpli, s s William 5th h e Morris pi 
Devoe Sarah, w s Boston rd 4th h s Spring pi 
Devoe James, clerk, N. Y., w s Boston rd 4th li s Spring pi 



'22 MOREISANIA UIRECTOEY. 

Bearing Thomas, Ibr., w s FoiTest av Ist h n Strong 

Denicke Henry W., drugs, s e c 3d av & Sixth 

Delue Benjamin, cigar pkr, av s 3d av 1st h s Third 

De Graaf Henry I*., furniture, N. Y., e s 3d av bet Cliff & 

First pi . ' 

Deglar Frank, Ibr., s w c 3d av & First 
Delette Geo. H., chief of police, o s od av opp Fourtli 
Dellette August, conductor, e s 3d av 1st h s AVestchester rd 
Dillett John, Ibr., n s Mott 4th h w 3d av 
Delany Geo., grocer, e s R Eav 5th h n Fiftli 
Dean Thoo. M., carpenter, N. Y., s s Sixth 1st h ^v Boston rd 
Dean Charles 11. carpenter, N. Y., s s Sixth Ist h av Boston rd 
Dean Eichard, Ibr., n s Union 4th h vr Wash'ii av 
Dennerlein Margaret, milk, n s Findley 3d h e Courtland av 
De Nobriga, pianomkr, N. Y., e s Wash'n av 1st h s Findley 
Delnoce Louis, mer., sec Waverly & Terrace pi 
Delnoce Angelo, clerk, sec Waverly & Terrace pi 
Deinhard Godfrey,, varnisher, n s Milton lid li w Wash'n av 
Decker John L., saloon, w s Courtland av '2d. h s Milton 
Deibhn George, shoemkr, av s Courtland av 1st h s Prospect 
Deiblin Mary, midwife, av s Courtland av 1st h s Prospect 
Deets John, s s Second 1st h a\' 3d av 
Deats Fred., moulder, s s Third 4th h e E E av 
Decker Peter P., agent, N. Y"., av s Forest ay opp New 
Dempsey Gerald, Ibr., s s Benson 1st h \E E av 
Deinhart Henry, x^ianomkr, N. Y"., e s 3d aA' 1st h a\'- St. 

Ann's av 
Debold Michael, tailor, ii s Benson 1st h w 3d av 
Debold Jacob, tailor, n s Benson 1st h av 3d av 
Demeer Adam, mason, s s Springfield 9th h av 3d av 
Denner Fred., Avagons, n s »Schuyler 1st h e Courtland av 
Donner Franlc, Ibr. n s Elton 5th h av 3d av 
Dinsmore George, 11 jr., n av c Clifton aA' & 144th 
Dixon Thomas, tailor, e s 3d aA"- 3d h s 141st 
Dixon Elizabeth, seAving-machines, e s 3d av 3d h s 141st 
Dixon Frances, laundress, n s Mary 4th h e Courtland av 
Diebz Henry, Ibr., e s E E av 2d. h s Van Stoll 
Dietz John, carpenter, n s 147th :2d h e 3d av 
Diohl Louis, flour & feed, s e c 3d av & 134th, r n n 141st lath 

AV AVillis aA' 
Diehl Frederick, broAver, av s Eetreat av 1st h s Henry 
Diehl John, broAvcr, n s Westchester rd 1st h o Eetreat ar 
Diehl Balthasar, kindling wood, n s Grove 2d h e 3d av 
Diehl John, jr., mason, n s Wr Eailroad l2d h o Tinton ar 
Diehl John, mason, n s Uncas l2d h av Tinton av 



MOEEIISANIA DIEECTOEY. 2B. 

Diehl John, brewery, n s Westchester rd nr Eagle av 

Diehl John, jr., brewery, n s Westchester rd nr Eagle av 

Diehl Martin, mason, s s Melrose 3d h w Wash'n av 

Diehl John, Ibr., s s Schuyler 2d h e Courtland av 

Diehl Jacob, shoemkr, s s Schuyler 8h h w Wash'n av 

Diehl Margaret, wid., e s 3d av 2d h s Grove 

Diber John, Ibr., s w c Eobbins a\; & Terrace pi 

Dietsch John, milk, e s av A 8th h s Cliff 

Ditchett Geo., keeper, sec Gerard av & JuUet 

Ditchett Geo. W., real estate, N. Y., w s Boston rd c Seventh 

Dice Wm., Ibr., nee od av & Seventh 

Diesel Valentine, marble-cutter, w s 3d av 5tli h s Third 

Dietze Wm., painter, w s E E av 8th h s Eighth 

Dietz Matthew, Ibr., w s E E av opp Eighth 

Dietz John, bartender, s e c 3d av & Grove 

Dillmuth John, s s William 1st h e Courtland av 

Dillmuth Frederick, baker, sec William & Courtland av 

Dietrich Charles, barber, n s Fifth nr 3d av, r s s Findley 5th 

h e^ Court] and av 
Diearief Henry, bookkeeper, N. Y., s s Fourth 4tii h e E E av 
Dilbert Frederika, wid., n s Melrose 3d h e Courtland av 
Dickson James, printer, N. Y., w s EE av 1st h s Seventh 
Dill Mrs. Margaret, fancy store, w s AVash'n av 5tli li n Second 
Dillon Mary Miss, dressmkr, n s Third od h w 3d av 
Dillon Annie Miss, dressmkr, n s Third 3d h w 3d av 
Dillon Wm., Ibr., e s Courtland 1st h n First 
Dilhma.n Charles, shoemkr, w s 3d av opp Spring pi 
Dick Wm., dry goods, s s Fifth 1st he Wash'n av 
Divine James, Ibr., n s Eiglith 2 li w Wash'n av 
Dingel George, moulder, w s Courtland av 2d h s Benson 
Dingel Elizabeth, wid., seamstress, w s V/ash'n av 1st h n 

Schuyler 
Dingel Megeor, crockery, n s Uncas 1st h n Eobbins av 
Dietsch Leonard, teamster, s s Benson 10th h w ( 'ourtland av 
Dobbs Washington, carpenter, N. Y., n s 11-lth 2d li o 8d av 
Dolfoot M., Ibr, e s WiUis av 2d h s 14Gth 
Donnelly Patrick, grocery, e s 3d av 2d h s 141st 
Donnelly Mr., Ibr, e s 3d av 1st n 141st 
Donnelly Eichard, Ibr., n s Cottage 17th li w College av 
Donnelly Frank, Ibr., n s Lowell 2d h e E E av 
Donnelly Peter, saloon, w s 3d av 6th h n Van Stoil 
Donnelly Thomas, Ibr., w s Eobbins av 2d h n Wr Eadrcad 
Donally John, gardener, n e c 3d av & First pi 
Doerr Charles, saloon, e s 3d av 1st h n 14l8t 
Dopfar John, baker, N. Y., nee 3d av & l;')2d 



'24 MOERISANIA ])IEECTOPtY. 

Dodge Peter H., elerk, N. Y., s s Cottage :]d li av College av 

Dorr AVilliam, saloon, e s 3d av 7th h s 1 'MHYl 

Dolan Michael, Ibr., AVr Railroad l2d h w Eagle av 

Doubliii Joseph, Ihr., s e e 8 Boulevard & Elm 

]3ohn Ilermanii, lithographer, s s Mott 1st h w Courtland ar 

Derail Charles, florist, s w c Ella & Butternut av 

Dooper xYugust, builder, N. T"., s s Helen 'id h e ^Morris j)! 

Donahue Daniel, moulder, n s Gerard 2d h e Retreat av 

Doll Jolm, express, av s Retreat av lid h s Grove 

JJonly Patrick, nee AVestchester rd & Benson av 

Donavan Martin, w s Union av 1st h s Home • 

Dodin Joseph, dentist, N. Y., w s Boston rd 1st h s Spring pi 

Dorey Thomas A., mason, e s Villa pi 1st h n George 

Dooley Michael, tailor, w s 8d av 3d h s Third 

Doughty Wni., gardener, n w c 8d av & Second 

Doughty Charles H., kindhng wood, n s Edsell 6th h av 3d av 

Doughty James, horseshoer, e s 3d av 1st h s Eourth 

Donavan John, carpenter, av s R R av opp SeA'enth 

DonoA^an James, Ibr., av s Courtland av 4th h n Union 

Doepp Jacob, builder, e s Pulton av 1st h n Fifth 

Dod^A'orth Harvey, musician, av s Fulton av 5th h n Fifth 

Dominick Francis, s w c Fulton aA^ & Sixth 

Dougherty Daniel, carpenter, av s Mott 4th h av 3d aA^ 

Donlan Patrick, Ibr., n s Union 3d h av AVash'n av 

DoAvney Thomas, ll)r,, s s Findley 4th h av AYash'n aA- 

Dosier Isaac, Ibr., n s Findley '2d h av AVash'n av 

Donoliue Patrick, Ibr., av s AVash'n av 1st h n WaA'erly 

Donohue John, Ibr., av s AYash'n av 1st h n AYaverly 

Donohue Patrick, tailor, av s Courtland av '2(1 h n Melrose 

Donohue Philip, Ibr., n s Mott 1st h av 3d av 

Donahue Henry F., painter, s e c R R av & Sixth 

Dougherty James, Ibr., nee AVaA'erly & Wash'n av 

Dobias Joseph, Ibr., n s AYaA^erly 8tli h av Wash'n av 

Doremus Abraham, builder, N. Y., n s Springfield -ith h e 

Morris aA' 
Doyne Michael, n s Eighth 2d h a\' A\^ash'n av 
Donegan Thomas, shoemkr, av s Morris av 2d li n Denman 
Doonan Patrick, carpenter, N. Y., e s Morris av 1st li n Benson 
Dooley Timothy, Ibr., s s Benson 9th h e iNEorris av 
Doyle John, blacksmith, s s Benson 3d h av Courtland av 
Doyle Gerald, ti\amster, av s 3d av ^^th h s Milton 
Doyle Patrick, Ibr., Port Morris 
Doyle Patrick, Ibr., av s Walton av 1st li n Ella 
Doyle AVm., ll)r., av s AValton av 1st li n Ella 
DoA'le Patrick, Ibr., s s Go\-crn<>ur 1st li f' Morris av 



MORIMSANIA i>riJK(T<)liY. •_.-) 

Doty Euinia, skirtiiikr, w s od av lOth h s^Miltou 

Dorii Kobert, optician, N. Y'., e s od av od li s AVestekestor rd 

l)orii Augusta, drygoods, o s -id av .'kl li s AVestchester rd 

Donne AVilliam, machinist, w s 'Id av 1st li n Mott 

Dorsett Isaac, moulder, ii s Benson 1st h w 8d av 

Drake David, ins., N. Y., w s Tulton av 8tli li s Eiglitli 

Drake Alfred, engineer, s s 140tli od k w AVillis av 

Drexlin Jacob, conductor, n s Eigktk "Id k w Cottage pi 

Drnmmond Peter, liver}^ stable, s s 1^'iftk nr Postoflice, r s s 

Fiftli 1st k w Wask'n av 
Drummond Ckarles, mason, s s l-lotk -Itk k w Mill Brcjok 
Drulie August, tailor, e s 3d av r)tk k n 14(>t]i 
Driver AVni., skoes, ws E-obbins av 1 k n AVr Railroad 
Dunn Reuben, mason, n w c College av & Lowell 
Dubois Isaac, real estate agt, N. Y., s w c College av & 

Garden 
Duncan Koert, bricklayer, sec College av »S: Main 
Dugan Jolin, Ibr., n s 145tli 1st k ^v iSt. Ann's av 
Dugan Jokn, slate-roofer, e s 8d av 4tk k n S Boulevard 
Duer AVilliam, s s 145tk otk k e od av 
Dulmier Henry, gardener, s s 144t]L 1st k e '-Id av 
Durfus George, cai-penter, s s 144tk 'id k w Willis av 
Duderstadter Jokn, cigarmkr, w s 8d av 2d k n Garden 
Dutck Reformed C'kurck, s w c 3d av & Cottage 
Dunn Sarak, e s 3d av 1st k s 14(Jtk 
Dunn Gilbert K. AV., turner, s s Tkird '2d h w 3d av 
Dun Fred., vender, nee 3d av & 8eventk 
Dunkam Edward, brass worker, n w c Edsell vS: 3d av 
Dunsmore Isaac, kerosene, n s Lowell '")tk ]i w 3d av 
Durrell Henry, n s Halsey 1st k e Morris pi 
Dutkie James, engraver, N. Y., e s Grove av '2d k n First 
Dunkley Josepk R., carpenter, e s Cottage pi '2d k n Eigktli 
Duckardt H. J., butcker, s w c 3d av & »Seventk 
Duckardt Jokn, butcker, w s 3d av '2d k n Sixth 
Duskanek Frank, cigarmkr, w s 3d av opp Spring pi 
Dukme Claus, grocer, n e c R R av & Eigktli 
Duffy Brian, plasterer, n s First 3d k e Courtland av 
Duffy Wm., moulder, n v\^ c Benson & Courtland av 
Duffy Eliza, wid., laundress, n s Springfield !)tli k w 3d av 
Duncan Mrs. Ellen, wid., fancy store, w s Wask'n av 3d li s 

Fiftk 
Dusel Jokn N., skoemkr, n s Governeur l^d k w ( 'ourtland av 
Duck Hugk, milkman, w s 3d av 1st k n Mott 
Dworalc Jokn, cigar mfr, w s 3d av opp Spring pi 
Dyer Geo. IL, real estate, 3d av nr First, r w s av A 3d li s Clilf 
Dyer Oliver, reporter, n s Concor<l '2d li w 3d av 



26 MOEEISANIA. DIEECTOKY. 

E 

Eaton AVilliam, boats, Harlem Bridge, r n a 14r)th 1st h ir St. 

Ann's av 
Eaton Cavice, C. H. officer, s s 144th 4th h e 3d av 
Eaton Eben, contractor, Port Morris 
Eagan Daniel, laborer, w s 3d av 3d h n Mott 
Eagan John, laborer, w s 3d av 3d h s Edsell 
Eagan Michael, iron moulder, s w c 139th & 3d av 
Eaglan Benjamin, teamster, n s 134th 1st h w St. Ann's av 
Earley Patrick, laborer, s s Henrick 1st h w 3d av 
Earl J. Thomas, jeweler, N. Y., n s Garden 1st h w 3d ar 
Eagle Alex., s e c 3d av & Fifth 

Earp Moses, barber, N. Y., n s Denman 4th h w Courtlandt ar 
Ebele Gustavo, conductor, s s AVilliam Gth h w "VVash'n av 
Eberhardt Christoph, painter, s s Melrose 1st h e Terrace pi 
Eberhardt Jacob, blacksmith, s s Third 4th h e P P av 
Eberhardt John, tailor, n s Denman 1st h e Courtlandt av 
Eberhardt Nicholas, hotel, Macomb av c Yan Stoll 
Ebert Ernest E., cigar mfr., e s Wash'n av 1st h n Sixtli 
Eblir.g Theodore, drugs, e s 3d av '2d h n 14Gth 
Ebliug Philip, brewer, nee loGth & Carr av 
Ebling Wm., brewer, nee 15Gth & Garr av 
Ebling Ph. cS: Wm., brewej, e s Carr av bet John Oc 156th 
Eckel William, milkman, e s C'ourtlandt av 1st h s Findlay 
Eckel John B., drugs, e s Courtlandt av 1st h s Prospect 
Eckert John IL, finisher, n s Mar}' 1st h w Courtlandt av 
Eckert Adam, sec Mary & Courtlandt av 
Eckenfelder Jolm, upholsterer, e s 3d av 3d h s Pose 
Eckes Michael, shoemkr., Pandell's Island, e s Courtlandt ay 

1st h n Mott 
Eckerman Joseph, upholsterei-, Harlem, s s 14lJth -d h e Wil- 
lis av 
Edeubregher Christian, confectioner, w s 3d av 3d h n i\[ain 
Eddy Edward, actor, s s 138th 4th h e St. Ann's av 
Ederly William, shoemkr., s s 139th 1st h w 3d av 
Edwards Pufus, merchant, w s Tinton av 3d h n Lexington 
Edwards George, mason, s s Vv^illiam 7th h w Wash'n av 
Edwards Pobert, clerk, N. Y., n s ]\Iain 1st h w^ P P av 
Edwards Thomas, station agent, nee Fifth & P P av 
Edw^ards Anna Mrs., w s AVash'n av 4th h n Sixtli 
Edmund Pudolph, cigar mkr., n s Schuyler 1st h w Court- 
landt av 
Edel Charles, bookkeeper, e s od av 5th h s Seventh 
Edel Mrs. L., s w c Franklin av & Seventh 



MOEEISANIA DIRECTOEY. 27 

Eder Ohristoph, tailor, s s Schuyler 8d h e Morris av 

Eells J. T., bookkeeper, N. Y., s s Waverly 3d h w Wash'n ar 

Egan Michael, laborer, n s Eindlay 4th h w Wash'n av 

Egan Peter, laborer, w s Forest av 2d h ii Cliff 

Egan Ann, wid., s s Benson 4th h ^v Morris av 

Egs Frank, gardener, w s Spring opp William 

Egbert Bernan, cooper, n s Prospect 5th h w Wash'n av 

Egger Henry, cigar mkr., n s 140th 4th h e 3d av 

Eggleston Geo. W., carpenter, n s Garden 5th h ^y College ar 

Ehardt George, jeweler, N. Y., w s 3d av 1st h n Edsell 

Ehron Herman, grocer, sec Elton & Morris av 

Ehmenn Christian, mason, n s !Mott 1st h w od av 

Ehler Christoph, "Jaborer, n s Elton 6th hw 3d av 

Ehrick Henry, painter, e s St. Ann's av 1st h n Wr Eailroad 

Eisele Charles, mason, av s Courtlandt av 4th h s William 

Eisele John, mason, w s Courtlandt av 4th h s William 

Eisele John, builder, w s Wash'n av '2d li s Fifth 

Eisele Charles, mason, n s Third 3d h e 11 K av 

Eickel Francis, milkman, e s Wash'n av 3d h s Milton 

Eichler Anton, clerk, N. Y., e s Wash'n av 4th h s Milton 

Eichler John, brewer. 3d av bet Sixth & Seventh, r w s Fulton 

av 5tli h n Sixtli 
Eiclier Fred., moulder, ii s Denman 3d h w 3d av 
Eiciier Fred., moulder, n av c Mott & 3d av 
Eigeland John, laborer, e s Y\'asli'u av 4tkli s Milton 
Eldridge llichard S., police, n s 14nt]i 'id h vv' St. Ann's av 
Eldridge Charles, carpenter, n s 14btli 'Id li w St. Ann's av 
Eldridge AndroAV, polisher, n s 14()th lid h -w St. Ann's av 
Eldridge Samuel, plumber, N. Y., e s Wash'n av '2d h u First 
Eliine John, carman, e s Wash'n aA' 1st h s Fiftli 
Elk Caspar, cooper, n s 145th 1st h e Willis av 
Ellote Jason, n s Main 3dh av College aA^ 
Eisner Mr., n s (ilorard 0th h e lletreat av 
Ellis Henry, carpenter, n s Milton 3d li e Courtlandt av 
Elmendorf James H., contractor. N. Y., w s Fulton av 11th lis 

Eighth 
Elmendorf James E., w s 3d av 1st h s Waverly 
Elliott Paty, n s Springfield 5 tli h av Wash'n av 
Ernes John, grocer, n w c 3d av & Fourth 
Emery Wm., gilder, N. Y., w s Wash'n av l2d h n Fifth 
Emerick Solomon, carriage mkr., n s Springfield 2d h w Court- 
landt av 
Emerick Jacob, clothier, N. Y., n s Elton Isth av Courtlandt ar 
Engerbauer Joseph, sculptor, n s 144th 6th h e AVilhs av 
English James, iron moulder, n s 145th 7th h e Willis av 



s 14:^d bet St. 


Ami's & Pas- 


s U:klbet St. 


Anil's «Jc Pas- 


n s 14:]d bet .St 


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? 14;](1 bet St. 


Ann's & Pas- 


s 14:kl bet St. 


Ann's & Pas- 



•28 MOEPISANIA I)IP.E('T(JPY. 

Entwistle Picliard, painter, s s 141st Gtli li e Alexander av 
Entwistle John, painter, s s 141st 0th li e Alexander av 
Entz John P., life ins., X. Y., n 

saf2;e av 
Entz Wm., dry good.s, N. Y., n 

sage av 
Entz Eerdinand, banker, X. Y., 

sage av 
Entz Angust, banker, X". Y., n i 

sage av 
Entz Adolph, banker, X". Y., n 

sage av 
Entnii Arthur, cigar nikr., n s loKtli 1st h e od av 
Eiigel John, laborer, e s Wash'n av od h n Milton 
Engeholm Eerdinand, w s od av 1st h n Eifth 
Ennis Daniel. lal)orer, e s Eorest av od h n Xew 
Eniiis Patrick, laborer, e s Eorest av 1st h n Strong 
Endress Martin, gardener, e s P P av 8th h n Seventh 
Enwenter Anton, laborer, w s Eiilton av Ttli h n Eighth 
Engelhard Sebastian, barber, w s Courtlandt av 1st h n Mott 
Epstein Julius, clerk, X. Y"., P P av '2d h e Van StoU 
J]ppenheiiner Henry, peddler, P P av 2d h s Van StoU 
Eppinger Daniel, macliinist, X. Y"., w s :->d av 5th h s Eighth 
Eppinger Wm., stoves, w s 8d av 5th h s Eighth 
Erbe Adam, hatter, w s Courtlandt av 1st h n Waverly 
Ernow Charles, fresco painter, X^. Y''., n e Cod av & Fifth 
Ernst Mrs. I'liihp, w s Franklin av od h n Fifth 
Ernst John F., saloon, e s od av 2d h s (irrove 
Ihiiest Peter, mason, s s Third 8d h w od av 
Ernest John, cooper, s s Second 5th h e P P av 
Errick J'rank, l)aker, sec AVash'n av &. Fourth 
Erler Herman, laborer, n s ]Mott 1st h w Courtlandt av 
I'h-dman John, actor, sec Springtield & Courtlandt av 
Erl> Henry, tailor, n s Governeur 2d h w -id av 
Erliard Jjav/rence, gardener, e s P)eiison av 5tlrn n Westches- 
ter rd 
Jasper IMiilip, butclier, sec Gerard av »fc od av 
Etelhausor John, harness, X. Y., s s Denman 2d li w ( 'ourt- 

landt av 
Etchell James, watchman, w s :)d av Kt Ji n Mott 
Eulner Valentine, police, X. Y^., s s Schuyler <»th h w Court- 
landt av 
Everett Oscar, clerk, X\ Y., n s 1 44th 1st li e .'id av 
l"A'erd(-ll Cliarles, engraver. X. Y., s s Springtield 1 -^t h w 
< \)urtlandt av 



MOEEISANIA DIEECTOEY. 29 

Eve^t Nicholas, carpenter., s s Schuyler Gth h av Courtlaiidt av 
Ewen AVilliam, tailor, s s Deninan 'Id h e Courtlaiidt av 
• Eysel Ct. W., saloon, e s Willis av od h s 147th 

f 

Eagan I'atrick, mason, e s Eorest av 2d h n Strong 
Eallot Henry, tailor, w s Cottage pi 2d h n Eighth 
Eanshaw Samuel K., artist, e s Fulton av 4th h s Eighth 
Eay Patrick, laborer, w s C*ourtlandt av od h ti Union 
Eaigle Charles, fruit dealer, w s Wash'n av 2d h n Milton 
Falconer Hugh M., printer, N. Y., w s AVash'n av (3th h n 

Second 
Falk Louis, builder, Third bet -kl av & Wash'n av, r w s od 

av 1st h n Third 
Falk John, tailor, s s Mary 2d h e Courtlandt av 
Folk Henry, e s Wash'n av 4th h n Fourth 
Falk John, carpenter, e s Wash'n av 4th h n Fourth 
Talks Morris, clerk, N. Y., e s od av 5th h n s Boulevard 
Fash W. I)., carver, w s AVash'n av Gth h n Sixth 
Farrell Eose Mrs., wid., dressnikr., sec Groverneur and 

Morris a^' 
Farrell John J., clerk, e s od av 2d h w St. Ann's av 
Farrell Frank, liquors, s w c o d av & S])ringheld 
Farredl Dan'l F., liquors, s w c od av & Fourth 
Farrall James, coachman, e s AValton av 1st h s Ella 
Farrell James, laborer, w s Coui'tlandt av 2d h n Union 
Farrier Alfred, jeweler, n w c Fifth & Fulton av 
Farrier A^'m. T., n w c Fifth & Fulton av 
Farrer Samuel, niaeliinist, X. A'., s e c av A & Cliff 
Farrer (xeorge, machinist, N. A'., s e c av A & Cliff' 
Farrie Jacob, driver, n s Seventh 4th h e od av 
Farron Lewis, engineer, i^ort Morris 
Farriugton John 1)., s s Willow pi 2d h e College av 
Farrington Moses, salesman, n s Marv 2d h e Courtlandt av 
Farriugton Wesle}^, bookkeeper, X. Y., n s Mary Ist h e Court- 
landt av 
Farmer Henry, tailor, w s Courtlandt av od h s Melrose 
Farlord Eichard, roofer, e s od av 1st h s 144th 
Fallender Anton, tailor, n s Springfield 6th h w od a\ 
Fath Jacob, saloon, s s Elton 4tli h e Courtlandt av 
Faulhaber ISIieiiael, saloon, nee 8d av cK: 144th 
Farewell John, boatman. Port Morris 
Fagefka Frederick, blacksmith, w s od av od h n INlott 
Faustin Emil, carpenter, n s 147th 2d h e od av 



30 MOEEISANIA DlEPXTOliY. 

Paverau Francis, tin smith, 8 s Willow pi 'id h w 3d av 
Fassert Charles, brewery, e s Carr av let h b John, r e s av A 

6th h s Cliff 
Fast Martin, gluemkr., e s Retreat av 4th h n Westchester rd 
Fandron Chris., carpenter, e s Retreat av Ist h s Gerard 
Faust Lucy, wid., s s Melrose 0th h e Courtlandt av 
Fels August, cigars, N. Y., w s 3d av 6th h s Seventh 
Ferris AVm. E., clerk, w s Fulton av 3d h s Eighth 
Ferrigan Hugh, liquors, N. Y., n s Fifth bet Franklin & Ful- 
ton avs 
Ferris Mrs. Eliza, e s Fulton av 3d h s Eighth 
Felter Conrad, laborer, s s William 6th h w Wash'n av 
Feiss Henry, bartender, nee William & Courtlandt av 
Feeney Rosana, wid., n w c Milton & Wash'n av 
Federer Ludwig, milkman, n s Prospect 1st Ji e Courtlandt av 
Felix John, milkman, n s Melrose 3d h e Courtlandt av 
Ferdon John J., meat market, w s Wasli'n av 1st h n Seventh 
Ferdon Jacob, fancy store, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Second 
Fether Mrs., washerwoman, w s Wash'n av 9th h n Second 
FECHNER WM., German American Institute, w s Wash'n 

av 6th h n Fourth 
Fey Joseph, butcher, nee Courtland av & Denman 
Fenine Anton, machinist, s s Governeur 3d li e Morris av 
Feiss George, grocer, nee Morris av & Governeur 
Feehan James, plumber, n s Mott 1st h s Morris av 
Fencker Henry, cabinetmkr, w s Courtland av 2d h s Melrose 
Fetzner Herman, cabinetmkr, s s Sprino^field lOth h w 3d av 
Felsing John, tailor, e s Courtland av 1st h n Schuyler 
Ferring Anton, grocer, e s Retreat av 1st h n Westchester rd 
Ferring Ignatius, carver, e s Retreat av, 1st h n Westchester rd 
Feeney James, stone mason, w s College av 5 th h n Lowell 
Fealy James, laborer, n s l-t3d 3d h e od av 
Feely William, shoemkr, e s Willis av 3d h s 147th 
Feely James, laborer, s s 139th 1st h w 3d av 
Ferris N. P., n w c Courtland av & Helen 
Fields Eliza, wid., w s College av 4th h n Lowell 
Fitzgerald Wm., proof reader, w s College av 1st h n Cottage 
Finger Henry, n s 145th 4th h w Mill Brook 
Finlay Elizabeth, wid., saloon Port Morris 
Finlay Edward, boatman, Port Morris 
Finlay Charles, laborer, Port Morris 
Finlay Andrew, o s Robbins av 4th h s Wr. Railroad 
Finley Wm., carpenter, o s Robbins av 1st h n Wr Railroad 
Fienken J. H., liquors, N. Y., n s Cottage 4th h w College av 
Fienken Henry, liquors, N. Y., n s C >ttage4th h w College ay 



M0EKI8ANIA DIRECTORY. 31^ 

Filgee Henry, confectioner, e s 3d av 6th h s 136th 

Fisher Thomas, coal & wood, s s Bronx 1st h e College av, r b 

e c 3d av «fc Bronx 
Fisher Henry A., painter, N. Y., w s Franklin av 2d h g Sixth 
Fisher Frank, blacksmith, w s Courtland av 1st h n Melrose 
Fisher Henry, painter, n s Melrose 4th h e Courtland av 
Fisher Robert, crockery, e s Courtland av 1st h s Milton 
Fisher James, carpenter, e s Courtland av 1st h s Denman 
Fisher Doc, hotel, r n s First 2d h e R R av 
Fisher John, tailor, n s Springfield 2d h e Courtland av 
Fisher Frances, laundress, e s 3d av 2d h s Milton 
Fischer Oswald, tailor, w s Courtland av 1st h n Governeur 
Fischer Adam, barber, w s Courtland av 1st h n Mott 
Fischer John, cigars, w s 3d av 5th h n Henrick 
Fielm Peter N., laborer, e s Retreat av 6th h n Westchester rd 
Finch Myron, clerk, N. Y., w s Courtland av 1st h s Ella 
Fitch James P., boots & shoes, N. Y., w s Boston rd 4th h n 

Fifth 
Finegan Peter, Ibr., w s 3d av 4th h n Eighth 
Fichter Frank, saloon, w s 3d av 6th h s Third 
Fitting Charles, saloon, w s 3d av 4th h s Spring pi 
Fite Frank, cigar mkr, nee AVash'n av & R R av 
Fisher Jacob, saloon, e s R R av 4th h n Fifth 
Fiegle Peter B., saloon, w s R R av opp Seventh 
Fingel Henry, peddler, s s First 8th h w R R av 
Fitzpatrick Peter, Ibr., n s Union 4th h e Courtland av 
Fitzpatrick James, Ibr., e s R R av 2d h n Union 
Fitzpatrick John, Ibr., w s Morris av 1st h n Elton 
Fitzgerald Wm., Ibr., s w c Robbins av & Terrace pi 
Fitzgerald James, Ibr., s s Governeur 10th h w Courtland av 
Fincke George, painter, n s Melrose 1st h e Terrace pi 
Fisk Seth, dry goods, n s Melrose 4th h e Terrace pi 
Fincke & Bros., grocers, n w c Wash'n av & Sixth 
Findlay Alex., moulder, n s Mary 4th h w Wash'n av 
Fidlaar Henry C, grocer, n s Mary 3d h w Courtland av 
Finegan James, liquors, w s 3d av 2d h s Findley 
Firsing John, w s Courtland av 2d h s Benson 
Flood Christopher, Ibr,, s s Governeur 1st h e Morris av 
Flood Christopher, revenue, n s Fourth 1st h w Wash'n av 
FHck Christian, brewer, w s 3d av 2d h n Fifth 
Flostroy Alfred, hops, w s Fulton av 2d h n Fifth 
Flagg Andrew, cooper, w s Fulton av 7th h n Eighth 
Flaherty Michael, Ibr., w s Courtland av 5th h n Union 
Flanagan Julia, wid., washerwoman, s s Union 5th h e Court- 
land av 



•j-j MoIMMSAMA DIlv'KCTOl^Y. 

Flynn KiLhard, Ibr.. ts s William ;]d li e ( 'oiirtland uv 

Frviin Patrick, ll)r., w s I'orest ar 4th h n ( 'litl' 

Flynii Win., Ibr., s's Third 4th h e K E av 

Flyiin David II., shoemkr, N. Y., n s Mott lid li w College av 

Flyiiu Joseph, bar tender, e s od av r)th h ii S Boulevard 

Flinu Tatrick, Ibr., n s Wr. Jiailroad btli h e Eobbins av 

Flow Joliii, carpeutor, N. Y., e s Wash'ii av :Jd h s Melrose 

Flegler George, Ibr., w s Wash'ii av 1st h s Springfield 

Flanagan John, lawyer, n av c Macomb av «S: Grovi* 

Flinner John, tailor, w s IJobbin.s av ')th h n Wr. liaihoad 

Flannery John, Ibr., av s ( 'arr av '>d h s Eay 

Ford John Tl, machinis^t, e s 1* J* av '2d h n Fourth 

Ford Eleanor, teacher, e s Ii 1* av i^d h n Fourth 

Ford Mrs. Anna, washerAvoman, e s Wash'n av 1st h s F^irsc 

F'ord Alexander, milkman, n s 144th KHh h e Willis av 

I'oy John, Ibr., e s od av '2d h n Seventh 

Fox Wm. J., cigar mkr, n e c Sixtli »!v: AN'ash'u aA" 

Foyle Henry, cooper, e s ^Id av 7th h s Eighth 

Folk wen Wm., boarding house, av s >)d av .")th h s Sixth 

F'ogal John, carpenter, n av c Findlay & Wash'n av 

Foley James, mason, nee AVaverly & Wash'n av 

l\js>ing Frank'L., jeweler, N. Y"., s s Melrose lid h o Terrace pi 

Folks Thomas, ])iano mkr, s s Melrose od h w Wash'n av 

Foster IMiss Charlotte, seamstress, av s 1' 11 av opp Sixth 

I'orbes Wm., photographer, e s A\'ash'n av 1st h s Fourth 

Foley Kicha-'d, civil eng., av s AVash'n av 4th h n F'ourth 

Fonbaum PoAvei, Ibr., s s Melrose 6th h av Wash'n av 

I'owler Henry B. ins., N. Y"., e s 11 K av 1st h av F'irst 

FoAvler J. IL, messenger, X. Y'., s s ^lary 4th h av A\'ash'n av 

F'owh'r Solomon, carpenter, N. Y'.. n s Springfield -Ith h av 

Gourtland av 
FoAvlei- Wn\. printer, n s Springfield Itli h av ( ourtland av 
F«»ls Julius, lope mkr, av s Wdsh'n av 1st h n Schuyler 
Foshay Abraham, peddler, e s Morris ar 1st li s (rOAerneur 
l*'ollos Peter, tailor, av s ^Jd av '2d h n Elton 
l'\)gel IVter. butcher, h s (Jerard ."'th h e Ivetrcat av 
Fogi'l II. I>ewis, s s Gerard 1st h e od av 
F'ogel Jacob, carpenter, s s I'ontiac 4th h e Tiutou av 
Foitz (Jhristian, Initcher, n s Westchester rd 1st h e Benson av 
l''ox J(»hn, tin ware, N. Y., s s P).")th ^'th h e Alexander av 
l''oster Ellen, Avid., e s od av .')d h n !Hth 
Foster James S., ]>roker, N. Y., av s Macomb av .')th h s (irove 
Foulke JosejJi, tailor, e s od av '2d h n ]4*ttli 
Fox John, laborer, av s Passage av 'Jd h n 14od 
Folks Wm., cijrar store, w s .'Id av .'jth h n Smeeman 



]N[()E1USANIA DIEECTOEY. 33 

Friedgen Georgo, painter, w s E E av 1st h n Fifth 
rriedg-en Henry, sylvan park, w s E E av ft Fiftti 
Froleigli Elizabeth, seamstress, n s Eourtli 1st h e E E av 
Eroleigh George, tailor, s s Governeur 4th h e (]!ourtland av 
EEISBEE D. B., EDITOE AND PUBLISHEE OF THE 

WESTCHESTEE TIMES, s s Fifth nr E E .av, r w s 

Wash'n av 2d h n Fourth 
Frisbee Benj., carpenter, e s AVash'n av 1st h n First 
Frisbee David, carpenter, e s Wash'n av 1st h n First 
France Frederick, cigarmkr, e s 3d av opp Fourth 
France Eobert, actor, n w c Home av & 130th 
French Andrew, fishing tackle, N. Y., s s 142d 3dh v/ WiiUsav 
Freeman Harriet A., wid.^ n s Elton 3d h e Morris av 
Franaf Louis, tailor, n s Elton 2d h ^v Courtland av 
Frentel August, blacksmith, N. Y., n s Governeur 1st h e 

Courtland av 
Fruin Patrick, blacksmith, s s Benson 9th h e Morris av 
Freese John H., grocer, e s 3d av 4th h n Grove 
Fronhafer Wm., clerk, w s 3d av 1st h s Elton 
Fruchtnicht John, e s College av 4th h n Lowell 
Freeze John, gardener, w s Forest av opp Strong 
Frawley P., stone cutter, N. Y^., n s Jeti'erson 3d hw Boston rd 
Frawley E., stone cutter, N. Y^. n s Jefferson 3d h w Boston rd 
Franish James, blacksmith, N. Y., e s 3d av Gth h s Eighth 
Friederich Emil, e s 3d av 6th h s Seventh 
Fredericks Francis, carpenter, w s Courtland av 2d h s Mary 
Frederich August, tailor, s s Elton 3d h w 3d av 
Frederichs Dietrich, grocer, s w c Wash'n av & Schuyler 
Frederich Conrad, tailor, s s Fifth 2d li e Wash'n av, r w s 3d 

av opp Spring pi 
Friday Wm., marine store keeper, w s E E av Gth s Eighth 
Freeland Mrs. Philus, w s E E av Ist h n Seventh 
Francis Mrs., dressmkr, w s E E av 1st h s Eighth 
Froy John, Ibr., w s ("ourtland av 3d h n Laiion 
Freeborn Christopher, pianomkr, w s Courtland uv 1st h s 

AViliiam 
Freele Daniel, Ibr., n s Findley 4th h w Wash'n av 
Franley John, miner, Vr' s Yv^ash'n av 1st h n Waverly 
Frank Christopher, tailor, s s Waverly 1st h w Wash'n av 
Frank John, mason, s s Denman 4th h w Courtland av 
Frank Joseph, polisher, n s Benson let h e E E av 
Franklin Homer, n s Milton 4th h e Courtland av 
Fritclie Edward, carpenter, n s Milton 2d h e Courtland av 
Friese John, mason, s s Melrose 2d h e Courtland av 
Frees l^ernhard, mason, n s Mary 4th h e Courtland av 



34 MOKKISANJA DIllECTOKY. 

Frees Valentine, mas^jn, s s Mary 4th h w Wash'n av 
Frees Jolin, Ibr., n s Elton 11th h w Wash'n av 
Frank John, saloon, s w o Courtland av & Schuyler 
Fritz Christian, butchnr, n s Westchester rd 1 st h e Port Mor- 
ris K K 
Fritz Charles, cigar mfr, w s od av 8d h s Denman 
Freiz Xaver, carpenter, e s Passage av *Jd h n Wr liailroad 
Frendenberg Hermann, gardener, w s Tiobbins av 6th h n. 

Uncas 
Friedman H., liquors, N. Y., e s Beach av 2d h s Lexington 
Fory Xaver, carpenter, e 6 Terrrace pi 2d h n AVr. Eailroad 
Freudenberg Hermann, gardener, w s Bobbins av 6th h n 

Uncas 
Fullgraff Dr., e s Forest av 1st h n George 
Fuess Gnstave W., upholsterer, w s Fulton av 2d h n Fifth 
Fuess Emil, clerk, N. Y., w s Fulton av 2d h n Fifth 
Fuhr Powentz, shoemkr, n s 143d od h e 8d av 
Fuilet Christopher, grocer, e s od av 2d h n 141st 
Fuhrst Frederick, blacksmith, w s od av 1st h n Edsell 
Fulton William, stone cutter, nee 137th & St. Ann's ay 
Fullen Mary, wid., e s 3d av 1st h n 139th 
Fuilen Ferdinand J., painter, e s Ive treat av 2d h n Henry 
Fullen Henry A., justice, office w s 3d av 2d h n Denman res 

3d av 2d h n 146th 
Fuller George, contractor, N. Y., s s Cliff 1st h w Forrest av 
Fuller Benj. F., sewing machines, N. Y., w s Willis av 3d h « 

142d 
Fuselehr Martin, saloon, 8 w c S Boulevard & Elm 
Fuselehr Martin, grocer, nee Beach Jiv & Lexington 
Fuchs Magdelene, wid., s s Waverly 1st h e Courtland ar 
Fuchs George, baker, s w c Milton & Wash'n av 
Furh Jacob, piano rakr, n s Mary 3d h e Courtland av 

G 

Gassier William, brewer, s s 147th 1st h e Clilton av 

Galaney Patrick, Ibr., s s 147th 2d h e Clifton av 

Gatfney John, machinist, N. Y., n s 143d 7th h w Willis av 

Gafihey John, Ibr., n s 143d 3d h e 3d av 

Gaffncy Richard, leather, N. Y., e s Macomb av 9th h s Main 

Gaffney Timothy, saloon, nee 134th & 3d av 

Galfaey Bryan, saloon, n w c 3d av & Van StoU 

Gayner George, mineral waters, s s Third 1st h w 3d av 

Gay nor Edward J., contractor, s 8 140th 1st h e Alexander av 

<i^arri8on Samuel, carpenter, w 8 3d av 2d h n Garden 



MORRISANIA DIEECTOEY. 85 

Oarrison John B., N. Y., stair-builder, n s Cottage 9th h w 

College av 
Oarrison John, teamster, n s Edsell 2d h w 3d av 
Garrett Edward, Ibr., n e Cottage 17th h w College av 
Garvey John, liquors, N. Y., e 8 Macomb av 8th h s Main 
GATES CHURCH E. & Co., lumber, junction Macomb & 

R R avs 
Gates Church E., lumber, r s e c Main & Macomb av 
Garlock Jane, wid., n s Edsell 7th h w 3d av 
Gannon John, Ibr., n s Henrick 1st h w 3d av 
Gannon Patrick, Ibr., n s Henrick 1st h w 3d av 
Gallagher James, iron moulder, n w c 3d av & Van Stoll 
Gallagher Patrick, iron moulder, n w c 3d av & Van Stoll 
Gabelow Antoine, e a Robbins av 5th h s Wr Railroad 
Gaylor Eugene, conductor, s s Mott 2d h w College av 
Garvin P., carpenter, w s av B 1st h s Cliff 
Garrigue Rudolph, ins., N. Y., w s Boston rd 2d h e Eifth 
Gauff Jacob, butcher, w s 3d av 8th h s Eighth 
Gallon James, conductor, w s 3d av 8tli h s Eighth 
Gander Joseph, tinsmith, w s 3d av 7th h s Fifth 
Gandanburger Geo., cigarmkr, e s 3d av opp Spring pi 
Gard David L., mason, n e c R R av & Union 
Gard Edward L., mason, n e c R R av & Union 
Gaylor George, paper stainer, w s Courtland av 2d h s William 
Gardener Wm. W., architect, e s Wash'n av 6th h n Seventh 
Garey Leander, sup't. car works, w s Wash'n av 3n h n Eighth 
Garey C. E., foreman car works, n s Eighth 1st h w Wash'n av 
Gayer Charles (Rev.,) w s Fulton av 3d h n Seventh 
Garey Timothy, Ibr., e 8 R R av 1st h n Denman 
Garey Patrick, moulder, w s Courtland av 2d h n Mott 
Gallahue A. C, s s Second 3d h e R R av 
<xamrock Jacob, Ibr., w s Courtland av 2d h s Springfield 
Gabriel Andrew, grocer, s s Elton 1st h w 3d av 
Gamier Peter, Ibr., n 8 Elton 8th h w 3d av 
Gabriel John, Ibr., n s Elton Otli h w 3d av 
Gainer Jacob, finisher, e s Elton 11th h w 3d av 
Galey Frank, Ibr., n s Elton 2d h w Morris av 
Gasberi Frank, tailor, s s Governeur 3d h w Courtland av 
GEORGI C. L. & SON, real estate & furniture warerooms, w 

8 3d av 1st h 8 First 
Geib George H., agent, e s Terrace pi 1st Ji n Milton 
Gehr George, tailor, e s Wash'n av 1st h s IMilton 
Geiotz Clii-is., 8 8 Fourth 2d h e Wash'n av 
Gerwent Charles, carpenter, s 8 First 5th h w 3d av 
Gesner Joseph, mason, n s Sprmgfield 4th h e Courtland av 



86 • MCJiafLSANlA i)ll{E('T()liY. 

Geiger Alicliacl, tailor, n s Elton '2d li e Courtlaud av 

Gebc Georj^e, saloon, nee ( 'ourtland av & Denman 

Geneko, Ferdinand, o « Morris av 1st li n Governeur 

GERMAN SAVINGS BANK, n w c Milton ^c :]d a^- 

Gorkin Andrew, o s od av <)th h n Grove 

Gelthardt Erederiok, cigars, e s M av 1st h s Ui^d 

Gorthn liobcrt, boatman, Port IMorris 

Gearon William, boots & shoes, e s od av 1st li a Kititli 

Geary James, iron moulder, w a iid av od li s Edsell 

Gearv John, iron moidder, n s I4:i)d od h e od av 

Gent ^Michael, mineral waters, w s Bd av 4th li n Smeeman 

Geoghegan Andrew, n s Heurick 1st li w od av 

Geneh (,'harles, grocery, s w e Lexington iS: Bobbins av 

Genther Andrew, slioomkr, s w c Beaeli av A; Lexingtoi; 

Geieler George, rope walk, N. Y., s s Mott od h w .'Jd av 

Geis Adam, foreman, s w c av A & Clifl' 

Gehrig Geo., Ibr., e s Carr av 2d h s John 

Gerhard Wni., blacksmith, e s I'etreat av od h n AVest- 

cliester rd 
Geeks Anna, wid., v>- s Tvetreat av -!d li s IJose 
Geraghty Martin, Ibr., w s T'onrtland av 5th h n Union 
Geraghty James, Ibr., w s Eag-le av od li s Westchester rd 
Gergahty jMiciiael, builder, w s od av 5 1 th h s Milton r n - 

Strong lid h e Forest av 
Gent Jc)lin J., contractor, s s I^ncas 1st h w Tinton av 
Gerhard Philip, (engineer, e s l(obbins av 2(1 h n Uncas 
Gilligham Pat., Ibr., w s Forest av T^th h n Strong- 
Gilbert John M., ins., w s od av 2d li s Eighth 
GIFFOPI) SILAS 1).. kwyer,<)ff. it r n s Fifth Ist h e P P av 
Giering George, driver, e s od av 1st h s Third 
Giles (ieorge, Ibr., n s Waverly od h w Courtlaiid av 
Gilger Mattliew. tailor, w s AVash'n av od h n Milton 
Gijger Anthony, li([Uors, w » od av 2d h n Seventh 
Gillespie James Y., w fi Wash'n av ikl Ji n I'^irst 
GilHs Charles J., mfr., N. Y., e s Wnsh'n av 5th h n Fifth 
Gicks Fred., moulder, n s Mary 1st li n Wash'n av ' 
Giriug Jolii^carver, n s Springfield od h w ('ourtland av 
Gietsel Fred., tailor, g s S(^hiiyler 1st h o (ourtland av 
Gill(»r Matthew , tailor, s s Elton 2d h e ^Lorris av 
Gi])p (ie(»rge, tailor, n w c (h)verneur & ]\[orris av 
Giose John, shoemkr, e s :>d av oM h s Grove 
Gilligan I^licliael, moulder, e s .'id av oth h s ( Jrore 
GriiliE\ FPANivLlN W., (scho(d commissioner,) auctioneer 

iV real estate, w s od av 2d h n Waverly, r n e c William 

& Morris pi 



BR^MCH OFFICE 

OV THE 

TO JOKERS AJ\'D A'EW lOEK 

NIAGARA, AND NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE 

Insurance C I D C Companies, 

Capital $ 1 2, 200,000. rlllL Surplus $,550,000, 

OF THE CITY OF NEW YOUK. 

JOHISr L. BURNETT, -^g't, 
Boston Road, cor. 14:th St., North New York. 

Buildings, Furniture, Stock and Merchanrlise insured at reasonable I'ates Otflce 
hours, from 7 A. M. until 9 P. M. 

illBil M. §Af IS & it. 



Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

LUMBER & TIMBER, 

Xaths, Pickets, Posts, Poles, 

Straight, Circular and Elliptical Mouldings, 



®if««v<ll>4»V!«M.«0 fit?*!. 



I 



^1 

Office 138th St. opp. Harlem R. R. Depot, 



<ies and Lots for Sale, Houses to Let, Eents Collected, &c. 

INSURANCE EFFECTED AT LOWEST BATES, 





WILLIAM LESLIE, 

AND 

1 3 8 1 ii H T TMi: e: T , 

Near Mott Haven Depot, MOTT HAVEN. 

AND 

Near the Post Office, MOHRISANIA, N. Y. 

ias fixtufes Fuffiished and Huog at Cily Pfices, 

GAS FIXTUEES EE-GILT AND MADE 
EQUAL TO NEW. 

He is prepared to fit wp all kinds of Buildings in a thorough 
workman-like manner, with dispatch, and at the 
-Lowest Prices, and Warranted. 



Steam Pressed Double-Glazed Vitrified 

Drain and Sewer Pipe, 

From 2 to 1§ iiiclies in diaiiietei*, in 2 & 3 feet leng^ths. 

A Large assortment always on hand with the necessary 
Fittings, delivei't'd in this County at the 

LOWEST MAEKET EATES. 



N, B.— Dealers Supplied on the Most Reasonable Terms. 



MORRISANIA DIllfXJTORY. a 7 

Oilley Edward, broker, N. Y., ii e c Wiiliani & Morris pi 

Gillmore Margaret, wid., n s 140tli 6tli h w Willis av 

Gilmore William, carpenter, N. Y., n s ISGth 3d li w Willis av 

Gilmore Joliii, drugs, nee 138th & 3d av 

Gilmore Hugh, bakery, w s 3d av 2d h n Edsell 

Gibney James II., liquors, nw c 3d av & (Joncord 

Gilfoil & Higgins, tailors, e s 3d av let h n 144th 

Gibbons ^SaIah, wid., Port Morris 

Gibbons Granville, Port Morris 

Gibbons John, saloon, s w c Robbins av (Jc Wr Railroad 

Gillian Andrew, teamster, w s 139th 1st h e 3d av 

Gillen Patrick, liquors, e s 3d av 'Id h s 135th 

Gillen Margaret, Avid., n s Edsell 7th h w 3d av 

Gillen (^-atlierine, wid., n s Edsell 7th h w 3d av 

Gilmartin Peter, n s H^enrick 1st h w 3d av 

Gilfoil Patrick, Ibr., n s 139t]i 1st h e 3d av 

Gilbert E. W., house-mover, n s Wr Pailroad 1st h e St. 

Ann's av * 

Gilhooly James, Ibr., w s R E. av 3d h n Fourth 
Glencrosa Wm., publisher, N. Y., n e c Boston rd & Sixth 
Glencross David, publisher, N. Y"., nee Boston rd & Sixth 
Gloede Charles, varnisher, n s Milton 3d h e Gourtland av 
Glebe Jacob, sash & blinds, e s Gourtland av 3d h s Prospect 
Gluck Wm., capmkr, w s 3d av Ist h n Schuyler 
Glerchmann Edw., tailor, n s Springfield 2d h w 3d av 
Glancey James, Ibr., n s Elton 4th h w IMorris av 
Glatzner Charles, tailor, n s Elton Ist h e Morris av 
Glasstater John C, mason, e s College av 1st h s Willow pi 
Glacius George, boatman, Harlem, res Passage av 2d h s Wr 

Railroad 
'Glacius Jacob, carpenter, n s Lexington 1st h e Robbins av 
Gleason Bridget, dressmkr, Port ]^Iorris 
Gleason Ann, wid.. Port Morris 
Golden David, bartender, Fleetwood Parlv, ]■ JVtstoi! rd opp 

Wall 
Goeltz Henry, jeweller, w s 3d av 2d h s Sixth 
Gougity Andrew, gardener, e s R R av 3d h n Fifth 
Goodw^in John, e s Fulton av 4th h n Seventh 
Gonzales Henry, carpenter, n s Waverly 4th h w Wash'n av 
Goodale Edward, clerk, n w c Wash'n av & Seventh 
Goodmer Frank, cigarmkr, e s Wash'n av 2d h n Fifth 
Gosens Catherine, wid., seamstress, w s Courtland av 1st h s 

Mary 
Goudar Anton, carpenter, w s Courtland av 1st h s Mary 
Gorges Nicholas, carpenter, s s Mary Lst h w Courtllmd av 



:]s MOIMMSANIA J>Il{ECTOrvY. 

GoMrttoin Anj^us, pianomkr, <; s Courtland av 1st h n Schuyler 
Goldie Horatio, sl\irt-])osoin iiifr., s b 8ohuylor 2d h vr Court- 
land av 
Gonnly Jainos, l})r., «; ,s 11 11 av Ist ]i n Eltou 
Gorinly Patrick, Ibr., o s I? R av 1st li ii Elton 
Golllioior JSebastian, tailor, n s (iovorneur 1st h w od av 
Good Jolm, Ibr., sec Morris av & Governeur 
Gordon Patrick E., coachmkr, 8 s 145th 1st h e Willis av 
Gf>tt WilHam O., bookkoopor, s s 142d 2d h w Willis av 
Goldou Michael, iron moulder, ii e c Hd av & 14ih]i 
Golden Mark, Ibr., o s ;id av 5th h s Grove 
(lolden William, clerk, N. Y., w s 3d av od h n Mott 
Gorman Mrs., wid., R li av 1st h s Van tStoU 
Gorman Thomas, Ibr., e s R E. av 1st h n Elton 
Govern I^richaol. Ibr., R R av 1st h s Van iSt'Al 
Goft' John, Ibr., \v s Passage av 1st h n 148d 
Gorman Adam, e s Retreat av 1st h s Gerard 
Golding John, grocery, s av c College av & Mott 
Goeller George C, provisions, N. Y., n s Lowell Ist h e Col- 
lege av 
(iroebel John, blacksmith, s s Westchester I'd 3d h w Clifton av 
Gorman Adajn, boilermkr, e s I^etreat sly 1st h s Gerard 
Greason Jolm, printers' hik, N. Y., n s 14od 2d ]i w Willis av 
Groves Ro])ert, iron moulder, w s od av 0th h n Concord 
Granz (yharles, shoemkr, e s od av od h n lo4th 
Greene Joseph TI., ins. agent, N. Y^., n s PiTth 2d h w S 

Boulevard 
GREENE CiEOlUTE S., surveyor, n e c 128tli &nd av. r s s 

lo8th :>d h e 8t Ann's av 
Gre(^n Mary H.,- ^^-id., sec College av & Willow pi 
Green l''erdinand, w s Boston rd od h s Spring pi 
Green Lawrence, finisher, w s ^>d av 2d h s Elton 
Green Hoelan, Ibr., n s Schuyler 1st h w Courtland av 
(ireen Jonas, 11)r., e s Robbins av 5th h n Uncas 
iireen Patrick, Ibr., n s 148th 2d h e Retreat av 
Greener Thomas, imnter, w s Wash'n av 1st h n Eirst 
(Jreening Geo., carpenter, N. Y"., n s Mary 2d h w ('ourtland av 
(rroenfrlder (ieo., saloon, n s Governeur 4th h w M av 
(Treenholgh .lohn, ])lachsmith, n s Mott 2d h w od av 
(Jrassman Julius, bartender, e s Retreat av bet 147th & Henry 
Groven Paul, cooper, N. Y., e s Concord av 1st h s Lexington 
<irotecloss Edward, n e c R R av & IrA-ing pi 
(indiam A. H., n s inoth 2d h w Willis av 

<Jraham David, musi<-ian, N. \., w s Eranklin av Ist h u 
Eightli 



MORKISANIA DIEEOTORY. 3^ 

Oraham Robert, boatman, a 8 looth 3d h e St. Ann's ar 
Graham Andrew, carpenter, s s Denman 3d h e Courtland av 
Grey \Vm., Ibr., w s 3d av 4th h n Eighth 
Gray John, machinist, n s AVaverly 8th h w Wash'n uv 
Graif John, Ibr., w s od av 1st h n Eighth 
Griffith Cyrus, painter, N. Y., \v s Eranklin av 4th h n Fifth 
Graves Mrs. Ehza, fancy store, e s 3d av 1st h s Fifth 
Grave George, clerh, N. Y., n s Cottage 13th h w College ar 
Greve John, confectioner, ^v s 3d av 3d h s Union pi 
Grierick Frank, cooper, n e c R R av & Seventh 
Grasser John, upholsterer, n s AVilliam 2d h vv Wash'n av 
Griffin John, teamster, nee Waverly & Wash'n av 
Grieshaber Matthew, butcher, s s Prospect '2d h e Courtland av 
Grihn John H., clerk, s w c Wash'n av & Fifth 
Graney Mary, wid., laundress, w s Courtland av 1st h n Den- 
mad 
Grady John, Iirass finisher, s s Benson 2d h e R R av 
Grady Patrick, coachman, e s Robbins av 2d h n Pontiao 
Grady Michael, Ibr., nee 3d av & Benson 
Grant Jolm C, painter, 3d av nr Courtland av, r ?t s Mary 2d 

h e Morris av 
Grimes John, Ibr., e s 11 R av 1st h n Eito]i 
Grogan James, Ibr., s s Benson 2d h w T'ourtlaud av 
Grabler Charles, gardener, w s Butternut av 1st h s Ella 
Groh Jacob, brewery, e s Carr av 2d h s John 
Grandwell Patrick, mason, n e e Westchester rd &. Benson av 
Gross Frederick, grocer, n s Wr Railroad 3d h e St. Ann's av 
Gross Joseph, pianomkr, n s Uncas 2d h e Robbins av 
Grossman Julius, waiter, s w c 3d av & Benson 
Gumbert Christopher, saioon, e s 3d av 2d h s Third 
Guelihus Hermann, carpenter, w s 3d av 2d h n Fourth 
Gunden Jacob, pianomkr, s s Denman 3d h w 3d av 
Guest August, carpenter, w s Courtland av 1st h s Governeur 
Guentling John, grocer, w s Governeur 1st h w Courtland av 
Gunther Bernard, tailor, n s Governeur 4th h e Morris av 
Gunther Wm., pianomkr, n s Governeur 4th h e Morris av 
Gunther George M., cabinetrnkr, s s Springfield 10th h w 3d ar 
Gulick John, peddler, n s Springfield 9th h w 3d av 
Gustaveson Edward, builder, n s Van Corlear 2d h w 3d av, 

r s w c 143d & Clifton av 
Guyner, n s 134th 4th h w WiUis av 

Guersing Joseph, stair-builder, e s Retreat av 1st h n West- 
chester rd 



4a ^^OIuasANlA diiiectoiiy; 

H 

Hartley Anthony, clerk, N. Y., e s E R av ad h r Van iStoU 

Hartley Wm,, mariner, w s Courtland av Ijd h n Milton 

Hartley George, minstrel, w s Courtland av od li n Milton 

Hartley John, laborer. Port -Morri.s 

Elartley Francis, laborer, ]^ort Morri*- 

Harlem }5rid<:^e, Fordliam & Morrisania K. li. depot, e s 8d aT 

Ist h n S. Boulevard 
Hallis Thomas, laborer, vr s 8d av 3d h n Mott 
Hazelbaum John, laborer, 8 w c 3d av <& Smeeman 
Hartmej'er John, painter, e s od av 5th h 8 IBGth 
TIallett James, s s 187th 1st h e St. Ann's av 
Hare Patrick, gardener, nee S. Boulevard & Division ar 
Hadley AVilliam, gas fitter, s s 147th "1st h e Mill Brook 
Hall Margaret, wid., ^r s 8d av 0th h n Smeeman 
Hall Eobert, contractor, n s Concord 2d h w College av 
Hall Mr., contractor, nee Concord & College av 
Hall James, contractor, n s Garden 2d h w 8d av 
Hall Alfred, engraver, X. Y., n s Garden (Jth h w College ar 
Hall Wilbur, clerk, X. Y., s s 141st 1st h e Alexander av 
Hall Edward, clerk. N. Y., s s 141st let h e Alexander av 
Hall AVilliam, clerk, N. Y., s s 141st 1st h e Alexander av 
Hall Pobert F., painter, nee 185th & Willis av 
Hall II. B., engraver, s s George bet Forrest av & Boston rd 
Hall II. B.. jr., engraver, s s Sixth 1st h w Union av 
Hall Ernest, law3-er, office s s Fifth nr AVash'n av, r s s Spring 

pi Ist h w Boston rd 
Hall Theodore, piano mkr, n s Prospect 2d h w (Courtland ar 
Hall Henry, caulker, N. Y., n s Milton 1st h w Courtland ar 
Hale Charles, s w c Home av & 137th 
Hale Henry, publisher, nee Halsey & Morris pi 
Hale Oliver P., stone cutter, s s Second 1st h e R K av 
Hart Bernard, laborer, n s 144th 8d h e 3d av 
Hart ^lichacl, laborer, Port ^Morris 

Hart David, carpenter, N. Y.. o s ("ourtlaud av 3d h n Mott 
Hart I'hilip, baker, w s 3d av 1st h b F'ourtli 
Hart James, painter, n s Second 3d h w Waslvn av 
Harris James, goldbeater, s s Jefferson 1st h w Clinton 
Harris (tco. E., goldbeater, s fl Jefferson 1st h w Clinton 
Harris (icorge, Ibr., s w c 3d av «fc Governeur 
Harris George, express, w s 3d av 2d h 8 Second 
Harris Harry, express, e s 3(1 av 2d h s Spring pi 
Harris Benj., tailor, s 8 New Ist h w Union av 
Haley Hewy, carpenter, s s !Main 5th h o R E av 
Haley John, laborer, s s 143d 4th h w Clifton av 



MOEKISANIA IJIRECTOEY. 41 

Haley John, iron moulder, w s od av 7th h n Van Stoli 

Haley Patrick, laborer, e s od av 3d li s 136th 

Harrison David B., e b Alexander av 3d h s 139th 

Half en Henry, carpenter, e s Concord av 1st h s Lexington 

Haffen Charles, saloon, w s Concord av Ist h s Elm 

Haffen John, brewer, n s Elton 10th h w 3d av 

Haffen Matthias, brewer, n vv^ c Courtland av & Elton 

Haffen John, saloon, w s Willis av 1st h s 147th 

Harvey John, plumber, s s Mott 2d h w College av 

Hawley Mrs. C. L., wid., P. 0. clerk, r w s Courtland av 1st 

h s Ella 
Hazell Thomas, sewing machines, e s St. Ann's av 2d h s 

AVestchester rd 
Hack Godfrey, baker, n s Wr Eailroad 3d h e Robbins av 
Haphy Micliael, mason, s s Pontiac 3d h e Tinton av 
Haggerty George C, clerk, N. Y., nee College av &■ Garden 
Hanley Winfield, wid., s s 145th 4th h e 3d av 
Harry John, stair builder, n s 144tli 4th h e Willis av 
Hayden John, carpenter, s s 143d 1st h w Clifton av 
Harper Edward, porter, N, Y., s s 143d 4th h w Clifton ay 
Hargrave AVm. J., mason, n s 142d Ist h w Willis av 
Haywood Sydney, bookkeeper, n s 140th 1st h e Alexander ar 
Halleck AVm. H., stair builder, n s 134tli 3d h w Yv^illis av 
Haxtman Fred. AV., shoes, es Willis av 4th h s 147th 
Hayden Patrick, iron moulder, s e c 141st & 3d av 
Haiglit Ann, ^\dd., n av c 3d av & Garden 
Handron Michael, laborer, Port Morris 
Haines Elizabeth, wid., Port Morris 
Hannigan Henr}-, engineer, Port Morris 
Hannigan Michael, laborer, Port Morris 
Harding Michael, laborer. Port Morris 

Hammond Chas., eash & blinds, s s Cottage Ist h w College ar 
Hammond Thos. J., shoemkr, w s Wash'n av Ist h n First 
Hartig W^alter, iron moulder, n s Cottage 19th li w College ay 
Haigli Joseph Ij., wire, N. Y., n s Grove 1st h w Macomb av 
HAYS & IMMEN, butchers, 3d av nr Findlay 
Hays Wm., butcher, w s 3d av Isth s William 
Hays Agnes, wid., sec Main & Macomb av 
Hays Wm., agent, N. Y., nee Grove av & Cliff 
Hayes Micliael, gardener, s s AVilliam 4th h w Wash'n av 
Hase Fred. AV., bookkeeper, N. Y., n s Seventh let h w 

Union av 
Haydock Pichard, life ins., N. Y., e s Macomb av 1 1th h s 

Main 
Handibode Thomas, coal, n s Van Stoll 3d h w 3d av 



42 MOKIIISANIA DIRECTOEY. 

Hatch George, clerk, N. Y., 11 II av 3d h s Yan Stoll 
Ilaidevan Joseph, fitone yard, Mott Haven, h s Elton '2d h vr 

Courtland av 
Haidevan & Kline, blue stone yard, 8 s K>4th lat h e 3d ar 
Hankenson Adolphu.s, carpenter, N. Y., n s Melrose 4th h w 

AVash'n av 
Hanish John, shoemkr, e s Wasli'n av '2d h s Melrose 
ilanck Sebastian, mason, n s Springfield 4th h e ("ourtland ar 
Hanok John, saloon, w s od av 10th h s Milton 
Hassett Peter, carpenter, s e c Courtland av & Mary 
Harry James, stair bdr, N. Y'., n s Mary 1st h w Courtland a«v 
Hantau Fred., mechanic, n s Elton 1st h e Courtland av 
Ilartman Charles, milkman, b s Elton 1st h e Courtland av 
Hare Edward, mason, n s »Schuyler 1st h w Morris av 
Hatfield James L., Ibr., n s Governeur 2d h w 8d av 
Halsey Daniel, Ibr., s s Governeur 1st h e Morris av 
Halsoy Isaac, builder, N. Y., s w c Grove & Wall 
Hackutt Wm., dentist, n s Denman 3d h w Courtland av 
Happy Frank, tailor, 3 s Denman 4th h w Courtland av 
Hannah Samuel, stone cutter, s s Denman 7th w Courtland av 
Harrison Mary J., s s Denman 4th h e Morris av 
Hannegan Patrick, Ibr., s s ]3enson 4tii h e Morris av 
Hake Caspar, clothier, av s od av 1st h n Milton 
Harvey I^'rank, saloon, ^v s 3d av 10th h s Milton 
Hartwig (Charles, optician, w s 3d av 14th h s Milton 
fladgio George, e s 3d av 1st h n Rose 
Hammer Herman, tailor, e s 3d av 3d h s Westchester rd 
Hatter Jolm, shoemkr, s w c 3d av & Benson 
Hartling E., painter, n s Mott 4th h w 3d av 
Hanag Patrick, Ibr., n s Strong 3d h e Forest av 
Marriott Joseph li., scribe, N. Y., e s Forest av 3d h n AYalL 
Hatton John P., painter, w s Forest av 1st h n Wall 
Ilarron TJary A., sec Home & Forest av 
Harpham Mrs. Mary J., w s 3d av 2d li n Eighth 
Harpham John H., carpenter, w s 3d av 2d h n Eighth 
Hahn Henry, driver, w s 3d av 1st h n Eighth 
Haag Michael, brewer, w s 3d av 7th h s Eighth 
Haag Jacob, saloon, w s 3d av opp Spring pi 
Hauptman John H , bookkeeper, sec 3d av & Seventh 
Hauptman Wm. L., painter's supplies, e s 3d av 1st hs Seventh 
riauptmau Arthur B. jr. , printer, e s 3d av 1st h s Seventh 
Hauptman Arthur B., justice, ofhce n e c 3d av & Milton, r e 

s 3d av Ist h s Seventh 
Hagennnan John, dry goods, w s 3d av 4th h s Seventh 
Harvey George, tinsmitli, w a 3d av f)th h n Third 



M0E1II8ANIA DIBECTOJIY. 4H 

Hayden P., trainer, Fleetwood Park, e 8 3d av od li 8 Spring pi 
Hammer Edward C, hotel, n w c 3d & K E aves 
Hammer Emma, dressmkr., n w c 3d & E E ava 
Hammer Louisa, dressmkr., n w c od & E E avs 
Halsted Joseph L., agent, e s E E av 1st h n Sixth 
Hartman Casper, flour & feed, n e c E E av & Seventh 
Hamlitshck Alfred, peddler, e s E E av 1st h n Seventh 
Hamil John, tailor, w s Eulton av 6th h s Eighth 
Harder Albert, tinsmitli, N. Y., s s Melrose Ist h e Terrace pi 
Hamilton Wm., piano mkr, n s Prospect Ist h e Terrace pi 
Hammon Thomas F.. cigars, u e c Courtland av & Union 
Hanlon Kate, wid., n s Union 4th h e Courtland av 
Hanlon Edward, printer, n s Union 4th h e Courtland av 
Hanlon John, plumber, w s 3d av 1st h s Milton 
Hanlon Daniel, tailor, e s 3d av 2d h !s 141st 
Hanlon Luke, carj^enter, s s Wr Eailroad, bet Eagle & Pas- 
sage avs 
Hallen Ann, Avid., s s Melrose Ttli h w Wash'n av 
Hatch George, printer, n s Union Oth h w Wash'n av 
Harman John, paper stainer, w s Courtland av 3d h s William 
Halloran James, Ibr., e s Courtland av 2d h n Findlay 
TIannegan Phili|», bookkeeper, N. Y., :a s Waveriy Ist h n 

Courtland av 
Habock Wm., pianos, x>i. Y., s >> Findlay 1st h o Courtland av 
Ilarmann Michael, gardener, n s Waveriy lid h w Wash'n av 
Hance James, builder, s s Milton 3d h \v Co<lrtland av 
Hagerman Julius, Ibr., a w c Milton ^S: Wash'n av 
Hamilton AVilliam A., Ibr., s s Milton 8th h w Wash'n av 
Hankerson Nancy, wid., s s IVtilton 4th h e Courtland av 
Haynes James, carpenter, N. Y., s e c William & Wash'n av 
Haniion Pat., driver, e s AVash'n av 2d h n Seventh 
Hardwick James, builder, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Eighth 
Hard wick Albert J., carpenter, n s Third 4th h e R U av 
Hafiher John, shoemkr, n s Second 1st h w Wasli'n av 
Haas Burkert, furniture, s s First 4th h ^v 3d av 
Haas Joseph, cabinetmkr, N. Y., s s First 4th h w 3d av 
Hassler E. H., coach trimnjer, N. Y., a\- s Forest av 1st h a 

New 
Hay August, carpenter, s s Clitf 1st h e (xrove a\- 
Hertoff Joseph, Ibr., s s Third 4th h w AVash'n av 
Hergert Mary, wid., seamstress, s s Governeur 8th h w Court- 
land av 
Henecke John (Eev.,) e s Morris av 1st h s Governeur 
Henraty Patrick, junk, n s Denman 4th h w Morris av 
Henning John, tinsmith, e s Courtland ar Ist h s Denman 



44 ]^.I0K1U8ANIA JJlIiEOTOKY. 

Henning Peter, Ibr., e 8 ^.>(1 av od li s Hose 
Henning Henry, leather, s s Governeur 'Id li e Courtland av 
Herlicli Peter, ]>rinter, N. Y., e s M av 4th h s Milton 
Heilniau (reorge, Ibr., e s 3d av Itst h ii Orove 
Heynian George, liutcher, ^v s od av 2d h n Elton 
Heiderman Jacob J., j)aper hanger, w s -M av 8d h n Elton 
Heidernian Peter, tassels, n s Schuyler 5th h e Courtland av 
Heiderman John, tassels, n s hJchuyler 5th li e Courtland av 
Merger Christian, saloon, w s od av 1st h s Denuian 
Heins I^ouis, clerk, nee Courtland av & Mott 
Herr Christian, Ibr., n w c Courtland av & jSIott 
Henderson John, printer, n s Mott 'Id h e Morris av 
Heisle Adam, blacksmith, e s (courtland av od h s Elton 
Hefele Henry, barber, nee .'kl av & Westchester rd, r s s 

Elton 1st h AV Courtland av 
Hefele Joseph, florist, w s 8d av (ith h n Third 
Hensel & Thomas, dealers in second hand lumber, nee Court- 
land av & William 
Hensel Frederick, nee Coartland av & Melrose 
Heisner Salina, wid., n s Melrose 1st h w Wash'n av 
Hess Jacob, stone cutter, n s Melrose 1st h w Wash'n av 
Herman Ernest, piano mkr, n s Mary 7th h w Wash'n av 
Herman Andrew, carpenter, e s Courtland av 1st h n Mary 
Hensinger (.'harles, dry goods, e s Courtland av 2d h n Mary 
Hecht Baptiste, cigar mli% e s C'ourtland av 2d h n Mary 
Hecht Selig, tailo^ s w c ^d av & Alott 
Hecht Catherine, washerwoman, s s Waverly 1 st h e ( Jourt- 

land av 
Helm Adam, tailoi-, s s Schuyler Gth h e Courtland av 
Hebele (.'harles, grocer, s s Schuyler 1st h w Wash'n av 
Henneberger Joiin, painter, n s Elton 2d h w 8d av 
Henneberg John, painter, w s AVash'n av 1st h s Fifth 
Heisner John, cal)inet mkr, n s Governeur 2dh e Courtland av 
Heinbach Elias, dry goods, av s Wash'n av 1st h s Tnird 
Heller Karl, cigar mfr, s s Elton 7th h av 8d av 
HeiTing .lohn, broAver, n av c Hd av & Fourth 
Herring William, iron moulder, n e c Willis av & 145th 
Heffcrman Mrs. ]\[aria, e s Clinton 1st h n Seventh 
Hebber George, grocer, n av c 8d av & Seventh 
Helter George, broAver, e s 8d av 2d h s Se\'enth 
HENKY JOHN A., Internal Pe venue Assessor, s s Fifth 4th 

h e 1\, P, av 
Henry Pemi, i machinist, s s First 1st h av od av 
Henry Hannah, confectioner, e s vkl av 2d h s Main 
Henry WiUiam, pap'cr maclie, N. Y., e s »-^d av 2d h s Main 



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MORl^.SANIA DIREOTOEY. 4fV 

Henry George, papier iiiaclie, N. Y., e s od av 'id li s Main 
HENAVOOD HUUH, physician, e- s Tranklin av otli li n 

Seventh 
Henwood Eiehard, surveyor, n w c Wash'n av & Sixth 
HeiTon AVm., carpenter, e s II E av 5th h n Seventh 
Herbz George, carpenter, n s Melrose 'id h e Courtland av 
Hertman Gharles, music, N. Y., n s Melrose 1st li e Terrace pi 
Herd Nicholas, police. Prospect 1st h w AVash'n av 
Hehl Louis, ins. agent, w s Wash'n av 2d h n Melrose 
Hehl Charles, carpenter, av s od av opp Spring pi 
Heberlein Julius, sash cK: blinds, av s Courtland av '2d h w 

Prospect 
Hefierman Patrick. Ibr., n s Union 6th h e Courtland av 
Heyer Ferdinand, sec Milton & Terrace pi 
lletzel Joseph, surgical ints, s s ]Milt()n :id Ii o Terrace ])1 
Ilerschmaniv Conrad, bookkeeper, N. Y., s s Milton od h s 

Terrace pi 
Hersehniann John J., piano nikr, K. Y., s s Milton od h e Ter- 
race pi 
HeV)erlein Amelia, seamstress, s s Milton b^th h e l-ourtland av 
Heckel John J., furniture, e s P E av 1st h n Third 
llelmuth & Sielken, furniture, s e o E E av & Fourth ^K: n w c 

od av & Cottage, r e s E E av Ist h s Fourth 
Heilinger John, slioemkr, n e c Wash'n av & Seventh 
Healy Martin, Ibr , s s Third 4th h av AYash'n av 
Herger Wm., baker, n e c Wash'n av & Fourth 
Hedges George, conductor, a\- s College aA- 1st h n ijoweli 
Healthy John, mason, s s 1-MHh 2d h e (Tinton av ^^ 
Hennick Laurenz, brewer, e s Willis av 3d h s 14-7th'*# 
Henzler Frederick, musician, e s Macond) av od li s .Main 
Hemmer F. A., liquors, X. Y^, Passage av opp 14;kl 
IlenshaAv George, clerk, N. Y., n s Willow pi 1st li w -kI av 
lleinrich Eberhardt, cigars, e s '-'A av 4th h s 14i>th 
Heinrich .John G.. baker, e s od av 7th h n 147th 
Hermanspan Y/illiam, frames, av s -kl av lid h s IMotl: 
Hesse Ernest, saloon, Hupfels broAvery, s e c Carr av & C'liil" 
Heyer Wm. D., teacher, s s \\'estchester rd oi>p St. Ann's av 
Hechsting EdA\-ard, baker, n s Westchester rd 1st li a\- Carr uv 
Her]>st lienry, gardener, s s Pontiac 4tiL h e Tinton av 
Hell Frederick,"ll)r., n s Uncas :2d h e Eobbins av 
Hennegan John, Ibr., s w c Eobbins av & Terrace pi 
Hiltest" Augustus, dairy, e s M av od h s Eiglith 
Hitchcock Fred., driA'er, av s od av 2d h n Eighth 
Hintz Eo\iis, saloon, e s od av 4ili h s Seventh 
Hildebrandt Henrv, brcAver, e s o av 5th li s Seventh 



46 MOKKISANIA DUlECTOliY. 

Hincke Lorenz, grocer, nee Franklin av & Sixth 
Hicks Richard, driver, w s Hd av 8d h s Second 
Hillgrove A., stationer, e s 8d av 2d li s Fifth 
Hite Geo. 11., artist, w s Franklin av Hd li s Seventh 
Hines John, Ibr., n s P'irst 4th h e Courtland av 
Hines ^Michael, Ibr., n s Union 1st h e Courtland av 
nigg:ins Kol^ert, miner, n s William 1st h w Wash'n av 
Higgins Obadiah K., w s Franklin av 2d h n Eighth 
Higgins Marks, iron moulder, s s Mott 1st h w College av 
Higgins Allies, Ibr., n s Heni-ick, 1st h w 8d av 
Hill David A., \v s Fulton av M h n Fifth 
Hill Edward, w s Franklin av opp Jefferson 
Hill Win. H., brushes, N. Y., n s Schuyler 2d h w Courtland av 
Hille Anthony, s s Denman 2d h w 3d av 
Hicks David, waiter, N. Y., s w c 3d av & Denman 
Hipp Peter, teacher, w s Courtland av 2d h s Mary 
Hipp John, Ibr., n s Governeur 4th h w 3d av 
Hipp Adam, maps, N. Y., n s Elton 7th h \v 3d av 
Hilke Helen, wid., s s Elton 4th h e Morris av 
Hiers Wilham F., collector, n s 140th 1st h e Alexander av 
Hickey Patrick, Ibr., s s Mott 3d h w 3d av 
Hilderbrand Ferdinand, barber, e s 3d av 5th h s 136th 
Hilbert John, dairy, e s 3d av 3d h s Eighth 
Hilbert Henry, pianomkr, sec Eetreat av & Gerard 
Hittorff Jos., lithograDher, N. Y., n w c Wash'n av & Third 
Hoyt Mr., clerk, N. Y., \v s St. Ann's av 1st h n 146th 
Hoyt Henry M., n s 136tli 1st h w Willis av 
Hoyt J. A., s s Willow pi Ist h w College av 
Howe Elmira, n s 141st 1st h e 3d av 
Holmes Benjamin, clerk, N. Y., Port Morris 
Howell George C, truckman, N. Y., s s Cottage J.st h w Col- 
lege av 
Hollohan James, mason, s s Cottage 6th h w College av 
Hold Chs. J., s s (plottage 7th h w College av 
Hotaling John, stone-cutter, 11 E, av 3d h s Van Stoll 
Howell William 13., watchman, e s 3d av 4th h n S Boulevajxl 
Hook Joseph, boarding-house, w s 3d av 2d h s Edsell 
Hoffman I'rank, Ibr., s w c 3d av & Smeeman 
Hoffman Jacob, brewer, n s Eighth 1st h a 3d av 
HoHman Pudolph, Ibr., w s Carr av Ist h s 156th 
Hoffman ^Irs. IMary, nee 3d av t^ Spring pl 
Hoffman h'riid. W., engraver, u h Third 2d li w 3d av 
Hoffman John, gardener, n s 143d 5th e 3d av 
Moffnum John, cooper, s s Mary 1st h e Courtland av 
Hoffman Edward, upholsterer, N. Y., o r 3d av 3d h b Henry 



MORKISANIA DntECTORY. 47 

Hoffman August, painter, N. Y., s s New 1st h w Union av 
Hoffman E., perfumer, n w c Wash'n av & Seventh 
HOTALING DAVID, blue-stone yard, e s 3d av 4th h s 136th^ 

r n s 135th bet Alexander & Willis avs 
Hopkins John, leather, N. Y., e s Alexander av 3d h s 139th 
Hogan John, saloon, s s Wr Railroad 1st h e Passage av 
Hopper Henry, conductor, e s Concord av 3d h s Lexington 
Hosenlopp Phillip, saloon, sec Mott & Courtland av 
Hoerst Gustave, die-sinker, N. Y., s w c Courtland av & Mott 
Holines John H. (Capt.,) s s 141st 5th h e Alexander av 
Hoeland Nich., saloon, s w c Union av & New 
Hoeland Annie, crockery, s w c Union av & New 
Hoeland Wni., 8ec'y German Savings Bank, r e w c 3d av & 

First 
Hoeland Nicholas, tailor, w s 3d av 1st h s Spring pi, r g w c 

Union av «fc New 
Hoeland Mrs. Wm., crockery, s w c 3d av & First 
Hoppe Charles, gardener, n s WilHam Ist h e Morris pi 
Holder V/m., Ibr., w sEag-le av 1st h s Westchester rd 
Holder Eobt. (Rev.,) w s Boston rd 3d h s Seventh 
Honne Michael, liquors, sec Robbins av & Willow 
Holloway Michael, Ibr., n 6 Strong 1st h w Union av 
Molloway John, Ibr., n s Strong Ist h w Union av 

HOUCHIN THOMAS W., Manufactueer of Houch- 
in's Patent Specialties, r s e c Wash'n av & Seventh 
Houchin Walter, machinist, s e c Wash'n av & Seventh 
Holtz Harry, actor, N. Y., n s George bet Villa, pi Union av 
Hoppwood Wm., toys, s s Sixth 1st h rear Boston rd 
Hopwood Mrs. Elizabeth, s s Sixth 1st h rear Boston rd 
Hogan Wm., bookkeeper, N. Y., e s Cottage pi 3d h n Eighth 
Howell Lemuel, carpenter, e s 3d av 2d h s Eighth 
Howellljemuel, jr., carpenter, e s 3d av 2d h s Eighth 
Howell J., carpenter, e s 3d av 2d h e Eighth 
Howell Joseph, carpenter, s s Fourth 3d h e R R av 
Howell Lemeul, carpenter, w s Wash'n av 3d h s Fifth 
Hover Wm. H., e s 3d av 4th h s Eighth 
Hovey George F. printer, w s Franklin 2d h n Fifth 
Horton Henry L., physician, n s Fifth bet FrankUn av & Bos- 
ton rd 
Holahan Amelia, crockerj^ e s 3d av 3d h s Spring pi 
Holahan Francis F., physician, N. Y., e 8 3d av 3d h 8 

Spring pi 
Holohan Michael, Ibr., e s 3d av 4th h s Henry 
Hob el Wensel, cigarmkr, n e Union pi 1st h e R R av 
Hoffmire Mrs. Elizabeth, w s R R av 9th h e Eighth 



48 MOEEISANIA DIIIEOTOIIY. 

IIoii"iuirc; Edward, e s It II av 8d li ii Eiftli 
Hogaii Joseph, carpenter, ^v s K li av 4tli k n Eighth 
Homaster I'rank, pianomkr, s s Prospect 3d h e (Joiirtland av 
Hoy Tliomas IS., junk, s s Eirst 4th h av R E av 
Hottenroth CUiristian C, harness, n s Union hst h e Court- 
land av 
HolloAvay Thomas, carpenter, av s Courtland av 4t]ihs WiUiain 
Holding George, artist, e s Terrace pi 1st h s AVaverly 
Homans Charles^ pianomkr, N. Y., s s Milton l^d h av Court- 
land av 
Houseman John, rag-picker, s s AVaverlv 1st h e ( ourtland av 
Hogg William, leather, X. Y., n s Milton 1st h av Wash'n av 
Holiacker Eertrand J., printer, e s Courtland av 2d h n Milton 
Hollock Ered'k, Ibr., av s AVash'n av 1st h n AVaverly 
Hofer A. Edmund, upholsterer, X: Y., n s Third lid ]i ^\• 

AVash'n aA- 
Hofer Wm., fitter, sec Courtland av & Dennian 
Horn George, s av c AVash'n av & Third 
Horn Henry, junk, s s GoA^erneur 'Id h e K II av 
Hoen Martin, painter, s s Third lid h av Wash'n av 
Hock Godfrey, cigars, X. Y"., s s NeAV 2d h av Union av 
Horbush Martin, grocer, n s Mary lUth h av Vv''ash'n av 
Hori'us Philip, carman, s s'Mary '2d li e Courtland av 
Hogarth George, clerk, N. Y., av s Wash'n av 1st h n Spring- 
field 
Hogarth Henrv. porter, N. Y.. av s AS'ash'n av 1st h n Sprii".:- 

held 
Hote Joseph, shoemkr. av s ^V'ash'n av 1st h s Springfield 
Hohink Jacob. Ibr., w s Wash'n av 1st h n Schuylor 
Hoblatz Philip, upholsterer, X. Y., s s SchuyL>r 7th h av 

Wasii'ii a\- 
Hofl' li(4uhard, luilknian, n s Elton 1st h av -kX av 
Hornbergcr Jacob, cabinetmkr, s s Elton 1st h e Morris ;'.' 
Hoeifig 3'higeibert, mason, av s Courtland av 1st h s Gov( i iieur 
Housomau John, junk, n s Govi'meur Isth e P P av 
Hogaii }4icha(4, lln-., s s Benson 8th h e Morris av 
Horman Christian, Ibr., e s Courtland av od h s Elton 
Horan I'cter, Ibr., e s ^)d av 3d h s Henry 
Hold Ered., shoemkr, n s Mott ^d h a\- Sd i\y 
Holmes James, plumber, n s ^lutt 1st h av C«dlege av 
Hutchings tSauil. \V. basketmkr, n s Enion 7th h wAVaslrnav 
Ilut(hings Saml.. A\'.. )v.. baskctmk]-, n s Union Sth h a\ 

Wasli'n av 
Hubner Conrad, saloon, n s l-'oiirth ist li w 3d av, r s s 
l'\nirth 1st h e Wash'n av 



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^lOlililiSANlA DIRECTORY. 49 

Huck Georg'e, jr., jeweller, n s Third od li w Wash'n av 
Hiick George, luacliiuist, sec Wasli'n av 1st li Third, r n s 

Third od li av AVash'ii av 
Hull Josiah, 11 s Third 4th h e E II av 
Hiisteii Mrs. M. A., crockery, s s Fifth ."^th h w 'Id ax 
Hurley Miss Margaret, toy store, e s Wash'n av :2d h n Third 
Hurley Miss Maria, seamstress, e s Wash'n av '2d h n Third 
Hurley Miss Eleanor, seamstress, e s Wash'n av !2d h n Third 
Hurley Cornelius, moulder, w s od av 3d h n Third 
Hurley Mrs. Catharine J., confectioner, w s od av odh n Third 
Hiinard Frank, stone-cutter, n s Melrose 1st h w Wash'n av 
Hunsinger Malachi, ILr., n s Mary 9th li ^Y Wash'n av 
Hume Alex., tailor, N. Y., s s Mary 5th h ^v Courtland av 
Hume George, tailor, N. Y., s s Mary 5th h w Courtland av 
Hunsted George, Ihr., s s R E av 1st h s Springfield 
Hudson Peter, driver, s s Denman 3d h w 3d av 
Hubert Bartholemew, tailor, n s Benson 1st h w Courtland av 
Hughes James, liquors, s s Benson 5th h w Courtland av 
Hughes Catherine, wid., s s Benson 1st h w CJourtland av 
Hughes Patrick, peddler, n s Mott 2d h w Morris av 
Hughes John (liev.,) e s Alexander av 1st li s 14Uth 
Humphrey James, ILr., n w c 3d av & Waverlv 
Humphrey J. B., sash & blinds, e s 3d av 1st h n lo9th 
Hutton Miss Jennie, compositor, s s Sixth 1st h w Boston rd 
Hutton Mrs. Deborah, seamstress, s s Sixth 1st h w Boston rd 
Hutchinson Moses, carpenter, n w c Concord & College av 
Hulse Joseph, billiards, N. Y., n s 143d 1st li ^y Willis av 
Huntington William, raer., N. Y., s s 139th '2d h e Willis av 
Hunt Theodore, builder, n s Sixth nr Wash'n av, res Wash'n 

av 1st h n First 
Hunt Charles, n s 144tli 7 th he Willis av 
Hunt Eli T., carpenter, s s 135th 12th h e Alexander av 
Hunt Charles (Capt.,) nee 134th & Willis av 
Hunt Humphrey, carpet weaver, n s 138th 2d h w -Ul av 
Hunt John T., carpenter, nv s Spring pi opp William 
Huber John, carpenter, e s Willis av 2d h s 146th 
Huntzmeyer Frederick, carjienter, s s Cottage 5th h w Col- 
lege av 
Humbart Francis, agent, s s WiUiam 4th h e Morris pi 
Huckel William (Eev,) St. Ann's av & 138th 
Hurst John, jr., mason, n w c Eose & Eetreat av 
Hurst John, mason, n w c Eose & Eetreat av 
Huerstel Thuerstel, w s Butternut av 2d h s Ella 
Hupfel Anton, brewer}-, sec Carr av & Chft* 
Hupert John, tailor, o s Eetreat av let h » Gerard 

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50 MOIUUSA!sIA DIRECTOHY. 

Hyde Leonard, drj-goods, N. Y., e s Forest av 3d h s George 

Hyde Miss Sybil, millineiy, n w c Wash'n av & Sixth 

Hynard Caleb, stevedore, n s Cottage 2d h w 3d av 

Hyatt George, clerk, e s Macomb av 4th h s Main 

Hyatt Jonathan D., teacher, s s Westchester rd opp Benson ay 

I 

Icker Fred'k, varnisher, N. Y., s s Springfield 3d h w 3d av 

Iffla Henry, drugs, w s 3d av 1st h s Lowell 

Ignatz August, clerk, N. Y., s s Henrick 3d h w 3d av 

Illig Geo., cabinetmkr, w s Retreat av Sth h s Grove 

Illig Geo., jr., carriagemkr, w s Retreat av 5th h s Grove 

IlUon John, Ibr., Port Morris 

Hers A. F., s s 135th 9th h e Alexander av 

Immen John, butcher, n s Springfield 3d h e Morris av 

Ingraham Moses, hosier, s s Union 5th h e Courtland av 

Irwin John, camian, s s Henman 12th h w Courtland av 

Isaacs Isidore, restaurant, N. Y., w s Clifton av 1st h s 143d 

Isaacs Adolph, cigars, N. Y., e s Beach av 3d h s Lexington 

Isler Wm., brewer, n s Seventh 1st h e 3d av 

Iste Andrew, mason, n s Seventh 1st h e 3d av 

Ittmeyer Henry, clerk, N. Y., w s 3d av 3d h s Edsell 

Itzinger Jacob, fur mfr, w s 3d av 4th h s Fourth 

Ives Joseph S., engraver, N. Y""., n s Second 1st h e R R av 



Jarvis Wm., gardener, n s Milton 4th h w Wash'n av 
Jacobi Ludwig, bookkeeper, sec Eighth & 3d av 
Jacques Henry, coachman, n 8 Findley 3d h e Courtland av 
Jacques Robert, builder, s 6 Melrose 3d h w Courtland av 
Janney August, gunsmith, s w c Seventh & Wash'n av 
Jackson Henry, Ibr., s s Melrose 3d h w Wash'n av 
Jackson Wm., Ibr., n s Wash'n av 1st h s Waverly 
Jackson Wm. H., bookkeeper, N. Y., w s 3d av 5th h n Van 

- Stoll 
Jackson Joseph, messenger, N. Y., s s Schu^'ler 5th h e Court- 
land av 
Jahn Richard, painter, n s Schuyler 1st h w Courtland av 
James Thomas, tailor, s w c Morris av & Springfield 
Janes George, banker, N. Y., n s 143d bet Passage «S: St. 

Ann's av 
Janes Charles B., banker, N. Y., n s 143d bet Passage & St. 
Aim's av 



MORRISANIA DIRECTORY. 51 

Jaues & Kirtland, foundry, s s Westchester rd nr Benson av 
Jacobs Mrs. Lucinda, wid., boarding-house, s s Fourth 3d h e 

RR.av 
Jacobson Adolph & Co., grocers, sec Morris av & Elton 
Jacobson H., saloon, w s 3d av 5th h n Van StoU 
Jauntry Alexander, iron moulder, n s Main 3d h e R R av 
Jennings Jane, wid., w s Boston rd 3d h s Jefferson 
Jennings Whittmore, printer, N. Y., w s Boston rd 3d h s 

Jefferson 
Jennings Geo., printer, N. Y"., e s 3d av 3d h s Spring pi 
Jennings Jamuel B., printer, N. Y., n s Third 5th h e R R av 
Jennings Francis A. A., printer, N. Y., n s Third 5th h e 

RRav 
Jennings James H., moulder, n s Denman '2d h e Morris av 
Jefferson AVm., paper stainer, N. Y., s s Denman 9th h w 

Oourtland av 
Jeffreys Arthur, tobacconist, w s College av 3d h n Concord 
Jenkins James, blacksmith & wheelwright, s s Westchester rd 

4th h e Retreat av 
. Jimmerson John, teamster, s s Mott 3d h w 3d av 
Joupes Jacob, cigarmkr, n s Union pi 1st h e R R av 
.Joyce Patrick, watchman, nee Union & Courtland av 
Johnston Jane, wid., nee Union & R R av 
Johnston John, mason, nee Union & R R av 
Johns- m Wm., clerk, s s Fifth 2d h e R R av 
Johnson Abram, soda water factory, N. Y., w s Franklin av 2d 

h n kSixth 
Johnson Alfred, machinist, s w c 3d av & Garden 
Johnson John, painter, n s 144th 5th h e Willis av 
Johnston John, gardener, s s 135th 1st h e St. Ann's av 
Johnson Johan, cook, s w c 3d av & Smeeman 
Johnson T., ice, s s Edsell 5th h w 3d av 
Johnson James, teamster, s s Mott 3d h w 3d av 
Johnson Charles, Ibr., w s Carr av 1st h s Rae 
Johnson Eugenia, dressmkr, n s Elton 10th h w 3d av 
Johnson AVm., Ibr., s s Benson 8th h w Courtland av 
Johnson Fred'k, Ibr., s w c 3d av & Governeur 
Johnson Philip, machinist, e s Courtland av 1st h n Mott 
Joseph Herman, tailor, s s Benson 7th h w Courtland av 
Joseph John, porter, n s Schuyler 7th h e Courtland av 
Joost Joseph, cigars, n e c R R ifc Wash'n avs 
Jost Bernard, grocer, nee Courtland av & Mott 
Joueserandot Louise, wid., n s Cottage 6th h w College av 
Jones John P., inspector, n s Wall 2d h w Union av 
Jones Andrew, iron moulder, s s Edsell 3d h w 3d av 



5'J xAloiaaSANIA DIEECTOEY. 

Jones Adam, carpojiter, w s 'M av od li n Ilenrick 

Joofker J. IMrs., pliysiciaii, ii s Lowell 2d li e College av 

,Torji;ers Henry, carpenter, s s Tontiac Ist li e Tinton av 

Julian Wni., lijiuors, s w c Boston rd & Seventh 

Jul>e Thomas N., i^lumber, n s Milton 4tli li ^v Wash'n av 

JunoermauAViu., candies, N. Y., s s Marv M li e Conrtland av 



Kating John, g-ardener, e s Torest av 2dh n New 

Katlenl»erg Christian, e s 8d av 5th h s Seventh 

Katera AN'enzel, cigarnikr, av s 3d av 8th h s Fifth 

Kampman Mr., prmter, N. Y., e s Franklin av od h n Fifth 

Kassan Christian, carpenter, n w c od av & Fourth 

Karasek John, saloon, n s H E av 1st h s AVash'n av 

Kaney Garrett, Ibr., e s C(.)urtland av 1st h n First 

Kaiser Elizabeth, Avid., s s William 0th h av AVash'n av 

Kaiser John, machinist, s s William 9th h av Wash'n av 

Kaiser John, cigars, e s od av 5th h n 140th 

Kay Simon, builder, N. 1^., e s Terrace i^l 1st h n Waverly 

Kapart John, gardener, s s First Oth h av 3d av 

Kanger Ernest, carpenter, n s First 1st h e AVash'n av 

Kauger Ernest, carpenter, n s First 5th h av od av 

Karel Francis (Eev.,) n s Denman 2d h av od av 

Kasschau Hans C. C, T^nion Hall, n e c Mary & Courtland av 

Kahlman Jacob, Ibr., s s Springfield 2d h av od av 

Kaucher Charles, saloon, n s Schuyler 1st h av 3d av 

Kabel John, Ibr., s s iJenman 3d h e Courtland av 

Kantz Adolph, mounter, s av c Governeur & od av 

Karst John, Ibr., n s Ikmson 3d hAV 3d av 

Kayser John, sash & blinds, av s Courtland av od h s Benson 

Kap August, clerk, N. Y., s s l-45th 4th h av Clifton av 

Kalsmacher Karl, musician, s av c 3d av tS: Smeeman 

Kavanagh Luke, peddler, n w c 147th & Eetreat av 

Kavanagli ISlichael, mason, n s Ella 1st h e Morris pi 

Kavanagh John, mason, av s 3d av lOth h s Milton 

Karl Louis, an alter, e s Eetreat av bet 147th & Henry 

Karl Jolm M., plasterer, e s Eetreat av 2d h n Henry 

Karl (*(»nrad, teamster, s s Mott 2d h av Courtland av 

Karl Christopher, carpenter, n s Springfield 8th h vr 3d av 

Karl John, plasterer, e s Eetreat av 2d h s Gerard 

Kane ^lary, Avid., av s Courtland av 1st h n AVaverly 

Kane Daniel, Ibr., w s 3d av 13tli h s Milton 

Karn AVni., shoemkr, n s Westchester rd 4th h e Eetreat av 

Kain Peter, liquors, av s 3d av 4th h s Deninan 



MOERISANIA DIRECTOEY. 53 

Karns Kinzelly, Ibr., n s AVr Eailroad otli h e Eol)bins av 

Kauclier AVm., Ibr., w s Carr av 1st h s 156tli 

Kanter E., importer, N, Y., s w c R E, av & Irving- pi 

Kennally James, e s od av 'id li s 141st 

Keuzler James, Ibr., e s 3d av id h s 141st 

Keil Jacob, pianomkr., n e c od av & 146tli 

Keil John L., tailor, e s 3d av 5tli h n 14()tli 

Kershaw John, cutter, X. Y"., n s 141st 5th h w Willis av 

Kershaw Angelo, musician, n s 141st 5tli h w Willis av 

Kershaw James, agent, N. Y"., s s Prospect 3d h w Wash'n av 

Kerr Thomas, engraver, N. Y"., n s 141st (ith h w Willis av 

Kelly Miles, Ibr., n w c 144th & Willis av 

Kelly Magaret, wid., n s Cottage 15th h w College av 

Kelly Julia, wid., s s 138th id h w 8t. Ann's av 

Kelly Ann, wid., n s Garden 8th h w College av 

Kelly Timothy, carpenter, n s Uncas 3d h e Robbins av 

Kelly Henry, Ibr., n s ]SIott 1st h w 3d av 

Kelly Henry, moulder, e s Morris av 1st h n Mott 

Kelly Margaret, wid., w s R R av 1st h s Elton 

Kelly Mary, wid., boarding, n s Findley 4th h w Wash'n av 

Kennedy l)avid, carpenter, n s 144th 6tli h e 3d av 

Kennedy AVm., brass finisher, s s Mott Otli h w College av 

Kennedy Charles, Ibr., n s Gerard 1st h e Retreat av 

Kennedy Timothy, peddler, n s Melrose 1st h w Wash'n av 

Kennedy John, Ibr., n s Elton id h w Morris av 

Kenney Patrick, undertaker, off. od av nr IJenuian, res 3d 

av 1st h s Westchester rd 
Kenney John, Ibr., s s Uncas 1st h w Tinton av 
Kenney Charles G., hotel, Port Morris 
Keating James, boatman. Port Morris 

Keefer Adam, butcher, N. Y"., n s Cottage 18th h w College av 
Kettle John, driver, n s Division av 1st h s S Boulevard 
Keys Hugh, driver, n s 14od bet Passage & »St. Ann's avs 
Kenopph John, gardener, w s Robbins av 0th h s Lexington 
Kerbert Geo., Ibr., n s Wr Railroad 1st h e Robbins av 
Kellaham Miles, baker, w s Eagle av id h s Westchester rd 
Keenan Dennis, liquors, s w c Westchester rd & Eagle av 
Keenan John, marble cutter, nee Morris av & Governeur 
Keenan Peter, blacksmith, w s 3d av 3d h s »Springfield 
Kelsch Frank, tailor, s s Governeur id h w Courtland av 
Keelin Patrick, junk, w s Morris av 1st h s Benson 
Keller Philip, saloon, w s 3d av 5tli h s Milton 
Keller Jacob, tailor, n s Mary 9th h w Wash'n av 
Kerfort James, organ builder, e s Franklin av 3d h n Eighth 
Kegan Daniel, coachman, w s Union av 1st h s Strong 



54 MOiaa.SANIA BIKECTOKY. 

Kfir Adaiu, dn-oods, N. Y., n s Eighth 1st li w Cottage pi 

Kerrigan James, foreman, N. Y., e s :}d av '2d h n Eighth 

Keidel .lolni, Ibr., w s -hi av 1st li n Eighth 

Kelioe Wm., mason, n w c 8d av cV Seeond 

Kt-nnerly Joseph, tinsmitli, w s 3d av 2dh n Fifth 

Kern Morit/, l)rewer, w s M av 1st h n Fonrth 

Kest Josepli, l)aker, w s 3d av '2d h s Fourth 

Kealer NiehoLis, l))r., sec 3d av »S: Spring pi 

KestkH' Jacob, gardener, s e c If li av & Sixth 

Kett Gustave, l)rewer, e s Fulton av 1st h w Fifth 

Kestner ^Irs. Margaret, washerwoman, w s IJ E av 1st h s- 

Sixth 
Kent AVm. V., gilder, n s Second '2d li w 3d av 
Kent Stephen A., car builder, n s Second "id li w 3d av 
Kent Eobt. L., plasterer, n s Second '2d h w 3d av 
Kent James G., grinder, e s St. Ann's av 1st h s AVestchester rd 
Kcmpf John, umbrellas, w s 3d av 1st h n Elton 
Kenipf John, tailor, s w c Courtland av cS: Melrose 
Kempf George, grocer, w s AVash'n av 0th li n Second 
Kempf Conrad, brewer, n s Eighth 1st h e 3d av 
Keep Mr., s s Second (Jth h e li E av 
Keeler Frank H., salesman, X. Y.. n s First -Ith h w 

Wash'n av 
Keiser Joseph, tinsmith, e s 3d av '2d h u Henry 
Keiser Theodore, cigarmkr, n s Elton 4th h e Courtland av 
Keiser Adam, mason, e s Courtland av 4th h n Schuyler 
Kesler Adam, shoemkr, n s Schuyler 9th h w 3d av 
Kensler Frank, tailor, N. Y., w s Wash'u av '2d h n Schuyler 
Kclaher John, Ibr., e s 3d av 1st h n Elton 
Kirby IMichael, mason, w s Union av '2d h s Home 
Kirby Charles II., salesman, w s AVash'n av 4th h n Seventh 
KIEK F1)AVAED, .n:., stoves, & tinrooliug, s w c Wash'n av 

& F(uirth, r e s Forest av '2d h n A^^Jlll 
Kirk I'atrick, Ibr., s s Benson 3d h e E E av 
Kirk Mrs., wid e s Gerard av lid h s Juliet 
Kirk II. IV, mer., N. Y., s w c- Boston rd & Fifth 
Kirk Edward, drygoods, w s 3d av r)th h n Tliird 
Kirk Charles, tinsmitli, w s 3d av r)th h n Third 
Kirk Tliomas, surveyor, w s 3d av r)th h n Third 
Kiexer IMiilip, cigarmkr, n e c Forest av «S: New 
Kittenocker John, liotel, nee 3d av & Fifth 
Kiver Eobert, driver, e s 3d av 3d h s Sixth 
Kimley George, tailor, w s E E av Sth h s Eighth 
Kieskee Julius, patternnikr, e s E E av 1st h s Sixth 
Kiely James, carpenter, s s Union 4th h e Courtland av 



MORRISANIA DIRECTORY. 55- 

Kiely James, jr., student, s s Union 4th h e Courtland av 
Kinnersley Jas., grain measurer, n s Prospect 1st h w Court- 
land av 
Kingston John, lather, s s Third -Ith h e R R av 
Kingston Wm., mason, e s R R av 0th h n Fifth 
Kingston George, mason, n s Jefferson lid h w Boston rd 
Kingston George, jr., lather, n s Jefferson 2d li w Boston rd 
Kingston Charles, carpenter, e s Forest av 3d h s Wall 
Kingston Geo. W., mason, ^Y s 3d av 2d h n Governeur 
King Michael, ropemkr, s s Third 2d h e Wash'n av 
King N. S., i>hysician, n vr c 14Utti & Alexander av 
King Wm. 8., Ibr., n s First 1st h w R R av 
King John, captain, s s Union 2d h e Courtland av 
Kino- Valentine, basketmkr, s s Governeur 8th h w Court- 

land av 
King George, Ibr., s s Benson 3d h e Morris av 
King Edward, Ibr., s s Benson 5th li e Morris av 
King Robert, mason, s s Benson Gth h e Morris av 
King Henry, sash & blinds, w s 3d av 2d h n Governeur 
Kirchoff Peter, brewer, n e c 3d av & AYestch ester rd 
Kirwin Francis T., painter, s s Mar}' 7th h e Courtland av 
Kilbourne T. Chas., contractor, n s Cottage 14th h w College av 
Kist Joseph, baker, n e c Wash'n av cc Fourth 
Kinner Mrs. Thaddeus C, s w c Morris pi & Helen 
Kinsella John, bricklayer, e s av C 1st h s Cliff 
Kleeman John, w s 3d av 4th h s Fifth 
Kleninknecht Fred., tailor, e s 3d av 4th h s Eightli 
Klarer Fred'k., brewer, n s Findlay 1st h w Wash'n av 
Klush Peter, brewer, w s Wash'n 4th h n Sixth 
Klotz Herman, physician, w s Forest av 1st h s Clifi" 
Kline John, teamster, s s 145th 5th h w Mill Brook 
Klein Karl, pianomkr, n s Elton 2d h w 3d av 
Klein Louisa, w s Franklin av 2d h s Sixth 
Klein Wm., stone yard, Mott Haven, r n s Elton 5th h w 

Courtland av 
Klein John, carpenter, s s Governeur 4tli h e Courtland av 
Kleim Henry, finisher, n s Governeur 2d h w Courtland av 
Kloes Theodore, pianomkr, n e c 3d av & Henry 
Klinger Charles, Ibr., s s Governeur 1st h e Morris av 
Kiensman Frederick, blacksmith, n s Denman 1st h w Court- 
land av 
Klos Jacob, Bakery, e s 3d av 1st h s 145th 
Klinger William, cabinetmkr, n s 14()th 1st .h e Willis av 
Knorr Valentine, cooper, e s 3d av 7th h s Seventh 
Kniep Louis, bartender, nee William cS: Courtland av 



56 MOREISANIA DlllECTuJIY. 

Knoble Eiiiil, \hv., s s Findlay :'>d li w AVash'n av 
Knoblock Map;nus, tailor, n s Milton oth li w AVash'ii av 
Knoblock Undilla, wid., s s Prospect 1st h e ( 'oiirtland av 
Knoblock Thilip, peddler, ]i s Mary Ttli h w Wasli'n av 
Knoblock Peter, peddler, n s :Mdry Stli h w AVash'n av 
Knoblock Frederick, peddler, s s ^pringftiold lltli h w :^d av 
Knaus Conrad, chairs, s w c Melrose «S: Wash'n av 
Knaspie Godfrey, junk, s s (Toverneur 1st li e R H av 
Knapp Alfred, lumber, r e s Wash'n av I'd h n Eighth 
Knapp Wni., sec Gerard av & Juliet 
Knapp AVright, lumber, r s s Seventh 1 st h e li E, av 
Knapp A. & W., lumber, s s M av nr lo5th & 11 R av opp 

►Second 
Knapf Charles (Eev.,) s s 14<ith 1st h w AVilUs av 
Knauer John, Ibr., s s IMilton 4th h w AVash'n av 
Knoi)per John, tailor, s s Fourth 1st h w 8d av 
Knoeppel John, fancy goods, e s 3d av 1st li n Henry 
Knoeppel John, foundry, Harlem, res od av "id h n 14-lth 
Knoeppel John, builder, n vr c lletreat av & Henry 
Knox John, carpenter, av s AVillis av 1st h s 14od 
Knowles Eaymond, clerk, N. Y., w s 8 ]3oulevard l^d li s Ehn 
Kosch Ernest, brewer, n s Eighth 1st h e 8d av 
Koenig George, butcher, w s 8d av Gth h n Fifth 
Koenig Antony, milkman, s s 145th 1st h av Alilk Brook 
Kozak Christian, cigarmkr, e s od av opp Fourth 
Kolb & Endress, florists, e s E E av 8th h n Seventh 
Kolb Henry, florist, w s 8d av :2d h s Sixth 
Kolb Henry, brewer, e s 8d av 1st h s Sixth 
Kolb Jttseph, blacksmith, s s Alary 5th h w Wash'n av 
Kolb Jacob, saloon, w s od av '2d h s Denman 
Kooney Nicholas, blacksmith, nee Union & E E av 
Kogan Dennis, Ibr., nee AVaverly & AA^ash'n av 
Koeler John, rag-picker, s s AVaverly 2d li e Courtlandt av 
Koondorpher Jacob, shoemkr, n s Alelrose 3d h e Courtland av 
Kostan Carl, painter, s av c Alary »S: Courtland av 
Kohler Lorenz, saloon, n av c Schuyler *S: Courtland av 
Koliler David, av s AVash'n av 1st h n First 
Kohlenberg(>r Frank, tailor, s s Schuyler 1st h e Alorris av 
Koch Frederick, harness, w s od av od li s D(.'nman 
Kohn Eicliard, peddler, av s od av od h s Elton 
Kolkman Otto, jj:rocery. Fort Alorris 
Kolter A^alentiiK^, glue factory, e s Eetreat av 4th h n AVest- 

chester rd 
Kreiser Jolin (J., bakm*, n e c AVaverly & Courtland av 
Kreutzer Jacob, undertaker, av s ( 'ourtland av 1st h s Frospect 
Kreitzer Caspar, tailor, s s Schuyler lid h e Aforris av 



MOREISANIA DIKECTOEY. 57 

Kristrivus Leopold, cig-anukr, w s Wash'n av 1st li n Second 
Kretchiiiar G. H., pliysician, n s Mott Isth w 3d av 
Kremm Eicola, n s Mott 1st h w Courtland av 
Krobley Nicholas, carpenter, s s JJenman od h e Courtland av 
Kriegle John, slioemkr, w s Courtland av 1st h n Denman 
Kronze Gertrude, wid., seamstress, n s Governeur 4tli h w 

Courtland av 
Kruet John, machinist, s s Denman 4th h e iVIorris av 
Kronung Edward, shoenikr, e s Courtland av 1st h n Schuyler 
Kromm iVdam, cigar mfr, w s AVash'n av '2 h n Schuyler 
Kriel Philip, carpenter, s s Schuyler 4th h w Wash'n av 
Krause Jacob, policeman, s s Elton '2d h w Bd av 
Krause Charles, cigarmkr, w s 3d av 1st h n Elton 
Krause Martin, cabinetmkr, e s 3d av 3d h s Rose 
Kramer William, chandeliers, N. Y., s s Elton 4th h e Court- 

• land av 
Kramer Peter, carpenter, w s Courtland av 1st h n Denman 
Kramer Kasimer, carpenter, n s Springfield 3d h e ]\Iorris av 
Kramer Peter, painter, n s 144th 6th h e 3d av 
Kramer George, shoemkr, n s 147tli 1st h e 3d av 
Kramer Stephen, foreman, nee Carr av & 15()th 
Kray Charles, Ibr., e s Morris av 1st h s Governeur 
Kruger Christoph, shoenikr, e s 3d av 5th h s Milton 
Kratcli Margaret, grocery, n w c 3d av & Henrick 
Kraumacher Jacob, s w c S Boulevard & Grove 
Krewet John, gardener, s w c S Boulevard & Elm 
Krump Henry, Ibr., n ^v c Westchester rd & Carr av 
Krouse Ludvvig, blacksmith, e s Retreat av l^d h n West- 
chester rd 
Krug Christian, foreman, nee Carr av & 156th 
Kroncke Henry, cigarmkr, n s Westchester rd 1st h e Ben- 
son av 
Kuhorn John, boots & shoes, w s 3d av 1st h s Fifth 
Kubin J., furniture, e s Fulton av l2d h w Seventh 
Kuntz Carl, carriagemkr, N. Y., e s Courtland av 1st h n 

Milton 
Kuntz Henry, tailor, w s Wash'n av 2d h s l*rospect 
Kuntz Michael, brewer, s w c Wash'n av & Sixth 
Kuntz J. & L., brewery, nee Sixth & 3d av 
Kuntz Joseph, brewer, n w c Fulton av & Sixth 
Kuntz Louis, brewer, s w c Wash'n av & Sixth 
Kudrna Albert, Ibr., s s First !2d h w R R av 
Kupferschmidt Freauck, saloon, n s Prospect 1st h w 

Wash'n av 
Kumah Jacob, gardener, s s Prospect 3d h o Courtland av 



58 MOElUtSANIA DIEECTOKY. 

Kuelman Isadore, gardener, e « 3d av 5th h 8 Grove 

Kunkelly Christina, midwife, s s First 4tli li av od av 

Kunze George, tailor, n s Melrose 2d h ^v Wash'n av 

Kur/ Paul, carpenter, s s Deniiian 2d h w od av 

Kulm Andrew, grocer, n w c AVaverly & M av 

Knhn Valentine, blacksmith, av s (^ourtland av 1st h n Melrose 

Kiihn Eudolph, saloon, w s -^d av od h n Mott 

Kiitzler George, varnisher, e sl'ietreat av 1st h n Henr}- 



Laur I^ndwig, liquors, N. Y., n av c Grove av & First 

Lassig EdAvard, e s 3d av 8d h n Fifth 

Laetz Francis, tailor, N. Y., n s Sixth 2d h e Boston rd 

Lanther John B., mfr, w s 3d av ^st h s Seventh 

Lacy Mrs. Henry, e s E E av 1st h n Sixth 

Larken Eat., gardener, e s Fulton av 1st li n Fifth 

LaA'enus AVarner, salesman, N. Y., av s Fulton av 12th h s 

Eighth 
L. /'>ncli Christian, saloon, s s William Oth h av AVash'n av 
Laut ..roach George, upholsterer, av s Cuurtlandav od h s Mary 
Lamb Sarah, Avid., Avasherwoman, nee AYilliam tV: Court- 
land av 
LawJess John, Ibr., n s Teller pi 2d h av Courtland av 
Latitch Daniel, cabinet mkr., X. Y'., s s Waverly 2d h av 

AVash'n av 
Lanning Eichard, sash & blinds, av s AVash'n av J st h n INiilton 
Lawrence AVm., painter, s s Milton 1st h w Wash'n aA' 
LaAvrence Nancy A., wid., n s Melrose 4th h e Terrace pi 
LaAvrence DaAdd F., s s AYash'n aA^ 2d h n Seventh 
LaAvrence Charles, saloon, s w c Wash'n aA' & Third 
Lawrence Henry, clerk, N. Y., s s 140ih 2d h e Alexander av 
LaAvrence George, clerk, N. Y^., s s 140th 2d h e Alexander av 
l^aAvrence John, saw mill, K. Y'., s s 140th 2d h e Alexander av 
LaAvrence Henry, iron moulder, s av c od av & Smeenian 
LaAvrence Jacob, coachman, s s Gerard 2d h e Eetreat av 
LaAvrence Edward A., publisher, N. Y., n e c Halse}' «S: ]\Ior- 

ris pi 
Lazar John, cigar mkr, s s Milton !^th h e Courtland av 
Lauber Emil, bookkeeper, av s Wash'n av 1st h s Prospect 
Lankota Jean, piano mkr, n s Prospect 2d h av Wash'n av 
Lane Silas, carman, N. Y., n s Third 1st h e AVash'n av 
La Wall Eliza, Avid., n s Second 2d h av Wash'n av 
Laycock EdAvard C, hostler, n e c E E av *5v: Fiftli 
Lamparde Jolm, painter, av s Wasli'n av 2d h n Sixth 



M0RKI8ANIA DIKECTORY. 5^ 

Lamparde Mrs. Amelia, millinery, w s Wash'ii av od h. n Sixth 
Lahey Thomas, junk, n s Denman Ist h w Morris av 
Langhorne Harriet, wid., seamstress, w s od av l^:>th h s Milton 
Landgrebe William, tailor, n w c Governeur <S: Courtland av 
Lawry Charles, coachman, s s Marj' 1st h w Wash'n av 
Lassinglightner Frank, wheelwright, w s AVash'n av 1st h a 

Springfield 
Lanzer Peter, frames, N. Y., s s 142d '2d h w Willis av 
Lanzer Franz, saloon, w s Courtland av 2d h s Mary 
Law Jesse L , machinist, n s 14:2d 4th h e od av 
Lange Louis, liquors, N. Y., n vi c od av & Cottage 
Lange Ignatz, teacher, n s Uncas 3d h w Tinton av 
Laney John, laborer, e s 8d av 1st h n 147th 
Laney Michael, laborer, w s S. Boulevard 4th h s Elm 
Larrimore Patrick, laborer, e s Hd av 1st h n 147th 
Lawson Given, laborer, s w c od av & Smeeman 
Lazenbach Henry, traveling agt., n s 137th 4th h w S. Boule- 
vard 
Lannon George, saloon, w s 3d av od h n Smeeman 
Langfeldt Fred., cigars, w s od av 1st h n Van Stoll 
Latour Jerome, conductor, w s od av 2d h n 131)th 
Lakey Bridget, n s 147th Ist h c od av 

Larrinier Bernard, iron moulder, w s S. Boulevard 4th h s Elm 
LaCoste James, mason, s s Garden 1st h w College a^' 
LaCoste John, painter, s s Garden 1st h w College av 
LaCoste Cornelius, mason, s s 142d4th h w Willis nv 
Lambert Fred., shoes, s s Westchester rd 4th h w Clifton av 
Lambert Philip, store, s s Westchester rd 2d h e Petreat av 
Lambert Philip, carpenter, s s ISIelrose 1st h e Courtland av 
Lang George, rope mkr., n s Seventh 2d h e od av 
Lang Geo., iron worker, sec Tinton av & Pontiac 
Leach Charles, n e c lo5th & AVillis a^' 
Leach Jolm, Ibr., e s 3d av 7th h s Milton 
Leary Patrick, laborer, w s 3d av 1st h s Mott 
Lefterts Oscar, cloths, N. Y^., e s Macomb av 9th h s ^lain 
Leslie William, gas fitter, n s loStli 1st h w od av 
Levick Milnes, actor, s s 138th 5th h e St. Ann's av 
Levick George, actor, s s 13Sth 5th h e St. Ann's av 
Legg J. H., wagon mkr., n s Smeeman 1st h w 3d av 
Leddy Michael, teamster, w s 3d av 3d h n Henrick 
Lennox Geo. K., n e c Ella & Morris pi 
Lester Thomas, clerk, sec Westchester rd & 3d av 
Lebckal Fred., milk, e s Petreat av 2d h s Gerard 
Lechs Anton, crockery-, n s Wr. Pailroad 2d h e Tinton av 
Leahy Michael, switchman, w s Morris av 1st h s Springfield 



00 :>rOEEI8AXIA DIEECTOEY. 

Leonard Peter, cigar mfr, av s Conrtland av 1st li n Deiiman 

Ijcsoiird Francis, cook, N. Y., n s Dennian 4th li e Morris av 

r^egier James, tinsmith, w s 'id av 2d h s )Springlield 

]jemer Ferdinand, cigar mfr, e s Courtland av '2(1 \i s Dennian 

Leonard Frank, laborer, N. Y., e s Conrtland av 1st h n Mott 

Lenehan Michael, "svlieehvright, n s Mott 4th h w Conrtland av 

Lee ]>ernard, ll)r., n s Mott 4th h e Morris av 

Lee Joseph T., telegrapli operator, e s Franklin av'id h n Sixth 

Ijee A1)raliam, Ibr., n s Schnvler 7th h e Conrtland av 

Lee Jolm, Ibr., n s Grovernenr 4th ]i w 3d av 

Lee Abrani, driver, n s Division av c 8. Boulevard 

Ijee James, laborer, n s Edsell 0th h w 8d av 

Jjees ]\ric]i*ael, saloon, ^v s od av 1st Ii n Conrtland av 

Lewis James, Ibr., N. Y., n s Schnyler Otli h e (,'onrtlandav 

n^ewis Thomas, sevdng machines, w s 3d av 2d h s Seventh 

Lewis Thos., white "svasher, s s Governenr 1st h av Conrtland av 

Jjewis Catharine, Avid., seamstress, av s Franklin a\' 1st h s 

SeA^enth 
LcAvis Jacob, painter, e s Franklin av 1st h s Seventh 
T^eA'y Henry, fancy store, w s 3d aA' 2d h n Fiftli 
LcA^ GnstaA'ns, lawyer, N. Y., s s WaA'erly 1st h e Wash'n av 
Lenerman John L., Ibr., n s William 5th h aa^ Wash'n av 
Lehning Edward, carpenter, s s AA^aA'erly 3d h aa^ Conrtland av 
Lej-poldt John, Ibr., s s Tiiird 2d h e E E, av 
Leypoldt Fred'k, publisher, N. Y"., av s Boston rd 1st h n 3d av 
Lhota J., cigar mkr, av s Wash'n av 1st h n Second 
Jjipps Henry, e s 3d av 2d h n 141st 
Lindsay James, crockery, av s 3d av 7th li n Smeeman 
LiA^ermore Benj. ^I., agent, X. Y., s s William 1st he Morris pi 
Jjittle Anson, bookkeeper, N. Y., av s Fulton av 1st h s Sixth 
Little John H., ins., N. Y., av s Fulton av 1st h s Sixth 
Little Wni., printer, X. Y., n e c R E av <S: Fifth 
Little AVm., Ibr., e s Courtland 2d li n Findlay 
Little Wm. B., carriages, X"". Y., av^ s AVash'n av r)th l\ n 

Fourtli 
Lightner Frederick, caqienter, n s Findlay 2d h e Courtland av 
Lievesley Eobert H., hardware, X^. Y., n s Melrose 2d h e Ter- 
race pi 
Lie\-esley Jas. 1). F., hardware, X". Y., n s Melrose 2d h e Ter- 
race pi 
Linde John, painter, s s Melrose 4t]i h e Courtland av 
Liebenau Cliarles, i)]iysician, av s Wash'n av 1st h s Fifth 
Love Samuel, gard(Mier, w s Union av 1st h n George 
LockAvood AVm., salesman, N. Y., s s SeA-enth Istli e Boston rd 
Lockwood Geor<>-e, n s 130th 4th h av Willis av 



M()EEI8AT<IA L)IEE( "TOliY. 01 

Ijoeble I^aclore, wheelwright, w s od av -4th h s Tliird 

Loeble Theressa, confr. & cigars, w s 3d av -itli li s Tliird 

Loiidersock Henry, Ibr., e s 'Sd av 2d h s Third 

Long Geo., finisher, e s Eetreat av 1st h s Westchester rd 

Long John, carpenter, s s Findh^y 4th h w AVash'n a^■ 

Long Eobert, Ibr., s s First od h e Conrtland av 

Lowerre Thomas H., hatter, Fifth, Exchange Building, e 

A^'ash'n av and e s od av 'Jd h n 144tli, r s s Union -!d h e 

AVash'n av 
Lowerre Thomas H., jr., hatter, s s William 2d h e AVash'n av 
Lowry Eobert, Ibr., n s Wr. Eailroad 6th h e Eobbins av 
Logan Hugh, painter, w s AVash'n av od h n Milton 
Loomis John F., condensed milk, N. Y., s s Prospect -kl h e 

Terrace pi 
Louler Patrick, Ibr., n s Pontiac Isi h e Eobbins av 
Long-street Charles H. (Capt.,) n s 141st 4th h w Willis av 
Loyd Charles, stableman, junction Macomb av'& E E av 
Lodge William, fruit dealer, X. Y., e s .Alexander av 2d h u 

189th 
liorenze Jacob, carpenter, s s Mott od h w Courtland av 
Loughlin James, rubber, N. Y., s s Lowell Gth h w od av 
Loughlin Patrick, Ibr., sec Uncas & Eobbins av 
Loughhn Edw. J., rubber, N. Y., s s Lowell Gth h w od av 
Lohman John H., builder, n s Springfield 8d h e Courtland av 
Loliner George, painter, w s 8d av 5th h s Milton 
liubker Fritz, grocer, see College av & Main 
Lubker Henry, Ibr., s w c Governeur & od av 
Ludder Frederick, grocer, e s Willis av 1st h s 147th 
Lundy Patrick, mineral water, w s od av 1st h n Mott 
Lutz Anton, cabt maker, s s Mary 2d h w Courtland av 
Lutz Nicholas, varnisher, w s Courtland av 2d h s Findlay 
Luengen Henry, jeweler, e s 3d av 5th h s Henry 
LUMMELL JAME8, shaving & hairdressing saloon, w s od a 

5th h s Fifth 
Lutherman E. A. L,, cigar mkr, w s od av 1st h s Third 
LudeAvig Herman, pianos, N. Y'., s s Findlay 1st li e Court - 

land av 
Ludwig Fred., cabinet mkr, s s Stilton 8th h e Courtland av 
Ijudwig Peter, shoes, w s od av od h h Van Stoll 
Ludwig Ernst, bar tender, e s od av 3d li n 14(lth 
Luderman John, liquors, sec Wash'n av *!s: Eighth 
Luderman John, clerk, sec AVash'n av & Eiglith 
LYONS JOHN, Cromwell creek Bridge, hotel 
Lyons Michael, mason, w s Franklin opp Strong 
Ijyons James, mason, w s Forest av od h s Wall 



m MORllISANIA DIRECTORY. 

Lyons Mary, wid., washerwoman, w s 8d av 4tU h n Sixth 

Lyons Thomas, laborer, e s R R av 1st h n Elton 

LYONS JOHN S., coal, s s R R av bet Wash'n & First, r w 

s Wash'n av 1st h n Third 
Lyon Sam'l E., lawyer, N. Y., n s Division av bet S. Boule- 
vard & St. Ann's av 
Lyon David, lawyer, N. Y., n s Division av bet S. Boulevard 

& St. Ann's av 
Lyon Edward, ins. agt., N. Y., n s Division av bet S. Boule- 
vard & St. Ann's av 
Lyon Chas. E., coal, w s Rider av opp Henrick 
Lyon John, tailor, e s Beach av 2d h s Lexington 
Lyon Wni. C, clerk. N. Y., s s Melrose 4th h e Terrace pi 
Lynch Matthew T., builder, nee Forest av & Wall 
Lynch Michael, hostler, n s Teller pi 2d h w Courtland av 
Lynch Bart., (J. P. police, s s l-lGth 1st h e Mill Brook 
Lynch George, iron moulder, s s 142d 4th h w WilUs av 
Lynch Richard, shoes. Port Morris 

Lynch Joseph, engineer, e s Passage av 1st h s Wr Railroad 
Lynch Ann, wid., n s Concord 1st h w College av 
Lynch Thomas, laborer, e s Morris av 1st h s Schuyler 
Lynch Philip, laborer, w s Morris av 1st h n Denman 
Lynch John, grocer, s s Benson 3d e Morris av 
Lyddon Wni., dentist, office «& r e s Wash'n av 4th h n Fifth 
Lynt Chas. E., car builder, w s R R av '2d h n Eighth 
LjTier John, n w c Cottage & 8d av 

Lydecker Peter D. W., piano mkr, N. Y., s s Mary -Sd h w 
Courtland av 

M 

^lagrath Bernard, Ibr., n s 144th 4th h e 8d av 

Malherbe Arniand, e s Willis av 1st h n 185th 

Manly John, painter, n e c 8d av & Cottage 

Manly James, Ibr., s s Gerard 2d h e Retreat av 

Manley John, carpenter, s s Findlay 1st h w William 

!Madigan John, Ibr., Port Morris 

^lathushek Fritz, pianomkr, n s Cottage 1st h w 8d av 

Mahan James, w s ^Macomb av j\inction R R av 

Magee & Co., flour &. feed, sec 8d av & lo4th 

Magee William, Hour & feed, r n s 184th 1st h e 8d av 

Magee John, gardener, n s ^lott 2d h w 8d av 

^lagee Henry, gardener, n s Mutt 2d h w 8d av 

Magee John Avatchman, N. Y., n w c 8d av & Smeeman 

Magoe Mrs. Margaret, stationery, w s 8d av r)th h s Eighth 



MOEKISANLl DIRECTORY. 63 

Madden Patrick, Ibr., s w c 3d av & Smeemaii 

Madden John, ropemkr, w s Wash'n av 9th h n Second 

Madden Richard, Ibr., n s Westchester rd 3d h e Robbins av 

Mallen James, Ibr., w s 3d av 2d h s Elton 

Mallon John, Ibr., s s Mott 4th h w College av 

Mallon Frank, blacksmith, n w c 3d av & Smeeman 

Maud George, saloon, n e c 3d av & 146th 

May Sarah, toys, e s 3d av 3d h n 146th 

May William, clerk, e s 3d av 3d h n 146th 

!May William, miner, e s William 3d h s Wash'n av 

Malone Daniel, plumber, e s 3d av 3d h n 147th 

Malone John, e s 3d av 4th h n 147th 

Malone Mary J., wid., laundress, s s Denman •2d h e Morris av 

Malone Daniel, plumber, n w c Benson & 3d av 

Mason Henry, sewing machines, w s 3d av 8th h s Mott 

Mason Silas, lumber, N. Y., e s Alexander av 3d h n 139th 

Mason William, carpenter, e s 3d av 4th h n 144th 

Mason John A., bookkeeper, e s Franklin av 2d h n Third 

Mason John, R R porter, s s Milton 6th h e Courtland av 

Mason Henry, tailor, s s Melrose 1st h w Courtland av 

Mason Martin, Ibr., n s 143d 9th h w Willis av 

Maher Patrick, Ibr., n s Mott 6th h w Morris av 

Maher Terence, Ibr., R R av 1st h s Van Stoll 

Maher Bridget, house-cleaner, n s 147th 1st h e 3d av 

Magher Mrs. Mary, n s Second 3d h w 3d av 

Mayer Thomas & Son, masons & house movers, off. & r s 8 

Eighth 1st h e 3d av 
Maj^er Theodore, mason, s s Eighth 1st h w 3d av 
Maier Xaver, mason, s s Governeur 1st h e Morris av 
Maier Xaver, cigars, s s William 3d h w Wash'n av 
Maier Adam, gardener, e s Robbins av 1st h n Uncas 
Marcott George, Ibr., sec Robbins av & Lexington 
Marcy Frank, teamster, e s Concord av 3d h s Elm 
Mansfield Patrick, s s Lowell 6th h w 3d av 
Mainwaring Wm. F., printer, e s College av 1st h n Lowell 
Marvin James R., lawyer, N. Y., sec Boston rd & Wall 
Marvin Fred. B., agent, n s Prospect 2d h e Terrace pi 
Marrener John, coachman, w s Forest av opp Strong 
Macke Michael, shoemkr, w s 3d av 7tli h s Fifth 
Mh,ck Terence, ropemkr, w s 3d av 4th h s Milton 
Mack Charles, iron moulder, n s 143d 3d h e 3d av 
Mahong Tim„ Ibr., w s 3d av 4th h n Eighth 
Mang Christian, grocer, n w c 3d av & Seventh 
Mans Henry, saloon, w s 3d av 5th h s Sixth 
Malam John W., stone yard, n w c 3d av & R R av 



04 MOKKISANIA LURECTOIiY. 

Maleke Juliii J., confectioner, e s li II av Lst h n Fifth 
Markliani John H., machinist, w s li R av lst h n Eighth 
Maring Mrs. Susan, e s li R av od h n Seventh 
Manogue ]\Iaftin, Ibr., n s Union 4th li w Wash'n av 
Maginn Michael, Ibr-, n s Findlay 4th h ^v Wash'n av 
Maiso Henry, carpenter, s s Mekose 5th h e (jourtland av 
Mahonov Ernest, coach builder, N. Y., w s R R av '2d h s 

Sixtli 
Mahoney John, 11 )r., e s R R av 1st h n Eiglith 
Mahoney Daniel, Ibr, s s 13enson 5th h w Courtland av 
Mapes 1). T. & J. L., townengrs., oil*. Greorgi's building, w s 

od av 2d h s First 
Mapes 1). T., civil engr., e s Wash'n av 4th h n Seventh 
Mapes J. L., civil engr., e s Wash'n av 4th h n Seventh 
Matthies AVilliam, saloon, s e c od av & 147 rh 
]\[atthes John, builder, s s Second 4th h e R R av 
Matthes Charles, clerk, s s Second 4th h e R R av 
iSIatthes Fred L., carpenter, s s Second 4th h e R R av 
]S[arsh Hubert, bookkeeper, N. Y., ^v s AVash'n av 4tli h n 

Sixth 
Marsh Mrs. Ann, dressnikr, n s Fourth 2d h w Wash'n av 
Marsh Alfred C, bookkeeper, e s od av opp Fourth 
Magan James, carpenter, n e c Wr Railroad & St. Ann's av 
IVIaikranz Geo., machinist, w s Robbins av 5th h n Wr Rail- 
road 
Martin T. I>wight, U. J)., teacher, N. Y., s s William 4th h <■ 

^[orris pi 
Martin Nicholas, drygoods, e s od av 5th h s Rose 
Martin Mary A., laundress, e s ^^d av '2d h s Henry 
Martin C'hristoph., chairs, s s Mary 4tli h w Wash'n av 
Martin James, shoemkr, n s Springfield lOth h w od av 
Martin John, pianos, s s Melrose 4th h e Terrace pi 
I^lartin Samuel, Ibr., av s Courtland av od h n I'nion 
Martin Edward, plumber, N. Y., s s Ijowell 4th h av od av 
I^lalthen Jerome, saloon, s s Elton '2d h e R R av 
Maguire Pliilip, ll)r., n s Elton od h w Morris av 
Materne Fredt^riitk C, apothecary, n av c Mary & Courtland av 
Marsliall Alexander, Ibr., N. Y'., n s Springfield od h av 8d av 
Marsliall Robert, brass finisher, av s 3d av '2d h s Milton 
Marshall Mrs. C. C., e s Franklin av 1st h n Seventh 
Matherne Joseph, pianomkr, n av c Springfield & Courtland av 
Mass Ferdinand, cabinetmkr, n s Elton lOth h av >id av 
Many Jacob, express, s s Elton '2d h e Courtland av 
Maukton Charles, Mason, t» 8 Morris av 1st h n Schuyler 
Matthews George, tailor, av h Courtland av lst h s Govoineur 



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MOEEISANIA DIP.ECTOEY. G5 

Maxwell James, stone-cutter, n s Benson 1st li w Courtland av 
Maxwell Wni. H., clerk, e s Macomb av 7th li s Main 
Mauhl Henry, baker, e s 3d av -ith h n Eose 
March Frederick, cabinetmkr, e s 3d av 3d h s Eose 
Markart Caspar, wood, w s E E av !2d h s "Wash'n av 
Manogue Patrick, carpenter, s s Benson 3d h w Courtland av 
Macarthur Duncan, broker, N. Y., s s George 1st hw Union av 
MacDonald John, Ibr., s s 146th '2d h e Mill Brook 
Macdonald Michael, Ibr., w s Courtland av 1st h n Waverly 
Macdonald Michael, Ibr., w s Courtland av 1st h n Waverly 
McArdle George, mason, s s Governeur 6th h w Courtland av 
McBrier Eobert, fish, w s 3d av 1st h s Second 
McBrier Mr., Ibr., e s 3d av 1st h s Spring pi 
McBride Charles, broker, N. Y., s w c Courtland av tS: First 
McBride Andrew, blacksmith, s w c Westchester rd & Eob- 

bins av 
McCabe Felix, junk, w s Boston rd opp Union av 
McCabe J., saloon, w s 3d av 1st h n Henrick 
McCabe Thomas, Ibr., w s 3d av 8th h s Milton 
McCunn Patrick, Ibr., w s Forest av 4th h n Strong 
McCullough Mary, dressmkr, n w c 3d av & Second 
McCarthy Thomas, cooper, e s E E av 6th h n Seventh 
McCarthy Dennis, Ibr., av s Courtland av 3d(h n Union 
McCarthy John, street commissioner., w s Eagle av 1st h n St. 

Ann's av 
McCarthy John, watchman, n s 144th 4th h e 3d av 
McCarty Jerry, Ibr., s s 147th 4th h w AVillis av 
McCarty James, Ibr., s s 147th 4th h w Willis av 
McCoy Pat., trainer, s s Third 4th h e E E av 
McCann John, Ibr., sec Benson av & Eae 
McCormick Bernard, hats, s w c Westchester rd & Eetreat av 
McCormick Dan. H., painter, s s 142d 3d h e 3d av 
McCormick William, carpenter, n s Schuyler 2d h w Court- 
land av 
McCormick Michael, mason, s s Denman 1st h e Morris av 
McCune Thomas, moulder, w s Eagle av 3d h s Westchester rd 
McCune Henry, carpenter, nee Wr Eailroad & St. Ann's av 
McClain Mr., carpenter, s s 145th 1st h w Clifton av 
McDougal Hugh, carpenter, w s Wash'n 1st h n First 
McDonough Andrew, Ibr., n s Union 6th h w Courtland av 
cDonough Matthew, Ibr., n s Union 6th h w Courtland av 
cDonough Thomas, mason, s s Lowell 6 th h w 3d av 
McDonough William, Ibr., esEEavlsthn Elton 
McDonough James, Ibr., s s Governeur 1st h e Morris av 
McDermot Dominick, mason, e s Willis av 2d h a 147th 



66 MOKEISANIA DIEECTORY. 

McDennot Edw., porter, N. Y., n s Denman 1st h e Morris av 
McDermott Michael, mason, s s Elton Ist h w 3d av 
McDonald Thomas, Ibr., e s 3d av 1st h s Spring pi 
McDonald Wm., machinist, e s Courtland av 1st h n Denman 
McEwan John, Ibr., n s 145th 1st h w Willis av 
McEntee James, moulder, n s Denman 1st h w Morris av 
McFadden Wm. J., bookkeeper, N. Y., nee Wash'n av & 

Second 
McFarlan Andrew, baker, s s Elton 7th h w 3d av 
McGrath Thomas, Ibr., w s 3d av 4th h n Sixth 
McGough Henry, liquors, sec Wash'n av & Union 
McGovern Wm., Ibr., e s Robbins av 1st h n Pontiac 
McGraw Thomas, watchman, sec Uncas & Tinton av 
McGraw Neil, carpenter, w s Macomb av 2d h s Van Stoll 
McGraw Bernard, junk, n s Benson 1st h w Morris av 
McGraw Michael, Ibr., n s Benson 1st h w Morris av 
McGowan James, clerk, N. Y., e s 3d av 2d h s 135th 
McGaw Patrick, watchman, n s Mott 4th h w Morris av 
McGuinness Thomas, Ibr., n s Mott 3d h w College av 
McHugh Terence, Ibr., e s Willis av 2d h s 147th 
McHuth Daniel, painter, n s Governeur 3d h e Morris av 
Mclntyre Kate, w s 3d av 2d h n R P av 
McInt;yTe & Amos, fancy store, w s 3d av 3d h n R R av 
Mclntyre Patrick, Ibr., s s William 7th h w Wash'n av 
Mclntyre Thomas, contractor, w s Carr av 3d h s Ray 
Mclntyre Wm., carpenter, w s Robbins av 2d h n Wr Railroad 
Mclntyre Mary, wid., laundress, w s Courtland av 1st h n 

Denman 
Mclntee Michael, hackman, n s Lowell 1st h e R R av 
Mclboy S. H., physician, s s 143d Gth h e 3d av 
McKeon Mary, wid., oils, e s Wash'n av Isth n Waverly 
McKeon Thomas, Ibr., w s R R av 4th h n Fourth 
McKeon Patrick, Ibr., s s Benson 4th h e MoiTis av 
McKellop John, agent, N. Y., s o c Ella & Spring 
McKenniff John, Ibr. n s Westchester rd 4th h e Robbins av 
McKenny Patrick, Ibr., e s Robbins av 2d h n Pontiac 
McKenny Margaret, wid., e s Robbins av 3d h n Pontiac 
McKenny Cornelius, Ibr., s s Findlay 4th h w Wash'n av 
McKniff' Barney, gardener, e s Beach av 1st h s Lexington 
McKenna James, Ibr., e s 3d av 4th h s Henry 
McKenna John, moulder, n s Benson 1st h w 3d av ^ J 

McKenna Philip, moulder, e s 3d av 3d h s Westchester rd ^ 
McKenna Michael, Ibr., s s Governeur 2d h e Morris av 
McKenna John, Ibr., w s AVash'n av 1st h n Schuyler 
McKena Patrick, Ibr., e s Courtland av 1st h s Milton 



MORRISANIA DIRECTORY. 67 

McKiernan Ann, wid., laundress, s s Denman 3d h w Court- 
land av 
McKennan Martha, wid., n s Benson 1st h e Morris av 
McKinley Samuel, carman, n s Benson 1st h w Courtland ay 
McKirnan Farrell, gardener, e s Courtland av 1st li s Denman 
McLouglilin Jane, wid., w s Forest av 5tli h n Strong 
McLoughlin Edward, Ibr., w s Courtland av 3d h n Union 
McLoughlin John, Ibr., n s Wr Railroad 1st h e Robbins av 
McLoughlin John, Ibr., n s 144th 4th h e Willis av 
McLoughlin J., publisher, N. Y„ s s 13G 3d h e St. Ann's av 
McLaren James, Ibr., n s Mott 1st h w 3d av 
McMuUen Bernard, Ibr., s s First 3d h e Courtland av 
McMahon Bernard, junk, n s Union 3d h w Wash'n av 
McMahon William, carpenter, e s William :2d h s Wash'n av 
McMahon Dennis, lawyer, N. Y., e s Walton av 3d h s Ella 
McMahon Dennis, jr., lawyer, N. Y., e s Walton av 3d h s 

Ella 
McMahon Hamilton, student, e s Walton av 3d h s Ella 
McManus Bernard, Ibr., s s Denman 1st h e R R av 
McManus Michael, Ibr., nee Wr Railroad & Tinton av 
McNally Patrick, Ibr., e s Cottage pi 4th h n Eighth 
McNally John, Ibr., w s Courtland av 3d h n Union 
McNeeman Peter, peddler, n s Findlay 3d h w Wash'n av 
McNeil Ernst, physician, n s 140th 6tli h w WilUs av 
McNulty John, mason, s s Governeur 1st h e Morris av 
McPherson John, carpenter, sec Sixth & Fulton av 
McPherson Thomas, carpenter, w s Fulton av 9th h s Eighth 
McPherson Wm., builder, w s Fulton av 9th h s Eighth 
McParlan Robert, liquors, nee Fulton av & Seventh 
McQuinne Henry, Ibr., n s Union 4th h w Wash'n av 
McShane Hugh, carpenter, s s First 6th h w R R av 
McSpeeritt Michael, Ibr., e s R R av 1st h n Elton 
McVeigh Peter, liquors, w s 3d av 10th h s Milton 
Mee Mary, n s Mary 1st h e Courtland av 
Mee John S., boxmkr, n s Mary 1st h e Courtland av 
Meyers Frederick, tinsmith, s w c Mary & Courtland av 
Meyers Frederick, jeweler, w s 3d av 1st h s Benson 
Meyer Catherine, wid., w s Courtland 1st h s Mary 
Meyer Henry, Ibr., s s Springfield 7th h w 3d av 
Meyer Henry, carver, n s Schuyler 1st h w 3d av 
, Meyer Henry, weaver, n w c Mott & Morris av 
Meyer Frank, tailor, s s Waverly 5 th h w AVasli'n av 
Meyer Conrad, carpenter, s s Melrose 4th h e Courtland av 
Meyer Conrad, liquors, nee Westchester rd & Benson av 
Meier Fritz, Ibr., nee 156th & Carr av 



68 MOEEISANIA L>IEECTOEY. 

Mess6rscliinidt cS: Heberleiii, sasli & blinds, w s >k\ av 1st h s 

Governeiir 
MesserscLinidt Joi^cpli, sash & l)liiKb, ii s Elton 5tli h ^y Court- 
land a^• 
Messerschniidt Adam, sasli ^- blinds, n s Springfield Ttli h ^v 

od av 
Mcssersclmiidt Adam, carpenter, s s Elton Idth li w -kl av 
Messerselimidt Mary, vfid., s s Denman 1st h w od av 
Merrell Martin, rook, s s Springfield 7th li ^v od av 
Merehofi' John, Ibr., n s Schuyler 7th h w '>d av 
Mercke John, mariner, n s Schuyler <)th h w 8d av 
Meizer Henry, carpenter, n s Elton '2d h w M av 
Melch Matthew, carpenter, e s Courtland av 2d h s Elton 
Merrick Patrick, Ibr., s s Benson 4th h e Morris av 
Meder Francis, tailor, n w c Elton & 3d av 
Mehlem John, saloon, ^v s 3d av 1st h s Eose 
Melidy John, Ibr., s s Governeur 1st h w Morris av 
Messmach John, mason, s s Denman 1st h w 3d av 
Messing Hannah L., laundress, n s Denman 3d h w 3d av 
Menzies James, plumber, s s Governeur 0th h w Courtland av 
Menches John, tailor, n s Governeur 1st h e Morris av 
Mezger John, boots cS: shoes, w s 3d av 3d h s Fifth 
Mete Phillip, cooper, n s Sixth 2d h w Union av 
Melius Eoljert H., physician, sec Franklin av & Spring pi 
Megerssecks AVm., baker, n s Franklin av 5th h n Sixth 
Meninger Fred., driver, w s 3d av Oth h n Fifth 
Medwed Frank, cigar mkr, n s E E av 1st h e AVash'n av 
Merritt Mortimer C, architect, N. Y., e s Fulton av 1st h n 

Seventh 
IMerritt Samuel H., painter, n s^Concord 5th h w College av 
Merritt Samuel H., builder, s s 142d 2d h e 3d av 
!Medicus Adam, gardener, e s 3d av 3d h s Sixth 
Megan Thomas, Ibr., e s Courtland av 2d h n Findlay 
^lessinger Jacob, Ibr., s s AVaverly 5th h e Courtland av 
Metzler John P., carpenter, s s Milton 7th h w AVash'n av 
!Meckle John, slu)es, w s 3d av 2d h n Fourth 
Megill AVm., butcher, e s Wash'n av 4th h n Second 
Menshausen Henry, w s Forest av 2d h s Cliff 
Meiner Mathaus, sailor, n s Grove 1st li e 3d av 
Meiner Peter, coachman, n s Grove Is h e 3d av 
Meiner Ixmis, coachman, n s Grove 1st h e 3d av 
Meiner Natlian, seaman, n s (irove 1st h e 3d av 
Mehlen Jacob, Ibr., n s Carr 1st h w Carr av 
Meller James, stone cutter, s av c College av & Mott 
Meding John, pianos, N. Y., n s Concord Gth h w College av 



MOEKISANIA DIRECTOEY. 69 

Mead John W., turner, s s College av ocl h s Main 
Mead John J., turner, n s l-i^th '2d h e od av 
Methodist Episcopal Church, nee Willis av & 141st 
Meany Peter, n s 1-lOth 5th h w AVillis av 
Meaney Michael, C. P. poKce, ss l-iGth 1st h w Chfton av 
Merton William, tinsmith, e s od av Gth h n IrlGth 
Mengoni Giovanni, confectioner, w s 3d av 4th h s Mott 
Mellen Frank, blacksmith, e s od av 3d h n S. Boulevard 
MELLER & SHEDDEN"., cement pipe, w s 3d av 5th h n 

Edsell 
Meller Greorge, n s Edsell 3d h w 3d av 
Menck Patrick, Ibr., s s 13Gth 5th h e St. Ann's av 
Mingham Wm., shoemkr, s s Milton 8th h e Courtland av 
Middle ton Alex. A., tailor, s s Fourth 1 h w Wash'n av 
Miller George, painter, e s R R av 7th h n Seventh 
Miller Henrj^, carpenter, s s Findlay 4th h e Courtland av 
Miller Helen, teacher, N. Y., s s Waverly 4th h w Wash'n av 
Mills George, Ibr., w s 3d av 5th h n Third 
Mills James, rope mkr, s s Third 2d h e R R av 
Mills ^J^i's Sarah, n s Third 1st h w Wash'n av 
Mills John, caterer, n s First 3d h w 3d av 
Mills John, blacksmith, w s Wash'n av 3d h s Third 
Miller Adam, brewer, w s Wash'n 4th h n Sixth 
Miller John M., physician, s s Fourth 2d h e Wash'n av 
Miller William, teamster, s s Melrose 1st h e Courtland av 
Miller Henrj', butcher, s s Melrose 1st h e Courtland av 
Miller Wm., grocer, nee Wr Railroad & Robbins av 
Miller John, n w c AVr Railroad & Rabbins av 
Miller Jacob, moulder, e s Tinton av 3d h n Uncas 
Miller Christian, iron moulder, w s College av 1st h s Cottage 
Miller WilUam, iron moulder, n s 139th 4th h w 3d av 
Miller W. IL, physician, e s Beach av 1st h n Lexington 
Miller AVilliam, piano mkr., s s Elton 7th h e Morris av 
Miller Jacob, polisher, s s Melrose 7th h e Courtland av 
Miller Jacob, tailor, n s Springfield 3d h w Courtland av 
Miller Senfert, carpenter, ^e s Courtland av 2d h n Mary 
Miller Jacob, boiler mkr, s s Melrose 7th h e Courtland av 
Miller Chas. L., barber, n s Melrose 1st h w Wash'n av 
Miller George, Ibr., n s Governeur 4th h w 3d av 
Miller Joseph, tailor, w s 3d av 1st h n Governeur 
Miller Valentine, Ibr., n w c Mott & 3d av 
Miller Frederick, Ibr., n s Mott Gth h w Courtland av 
Mitchell Phillip, milkman, n w c Tinton av & Elm 
Mitchel Jacob, s s Uncas 2d h w Tinton av 
Miner T. T. ^Y., clerk, e s av A 5th h s Cliff 



70 MOERISANIA DIRECTORY. 

Miner Jacob G., carpenter, ^v s av A !2d h s Cliff 
Milligan Chester T., drugs, w s 3d av 5th h n Concord 
Miles Michael, saloon, w s od av 1st h n Smeenian 
Michael Henry, grocer, w s od av 5th h s Mott 
Mohring John W., cigar mkr, w s 3d av 0th li s Fifth 
Mohring Susan, seamstress, w s 3d av 6th h s Fifth 
MONAGHAN H. P., drugs, s w c 3d av & Fifth 
Monaghan Thomas, Ibr., n e c Findlay & Wash'n av 
Morlang Wm., furniture, e s 3d av 1st h s Spring pi 
Morlang & Kubin, furniture warerooms, e s 3d av opp Fourth- 
Moulton G. J., clerk, N. Y., n s Sixth 1st h av Franklin av 
Monghen Patrick, Ibr., n s Union 4th h w Wash'n av 
Mourer Henry, mason, n s William 1st h e Courtland av 
Moneypenny W. C, dyer, X. Y"., w s R E av 1st h n Sixth 
]Moger Mrs. Christina, e s Wash'n av 4th h n Seventh 
Morgan Thomas W., cook, N. Y., s s Third 2d ]i e R R av 
Molineux Wilbur, clerk, n s First 1st h w 3d av 
Monks Charles, nee Morris pi & Juliet 

Morton A. W., merchant, N. Y., av s R R av 1st li s Irving pi 
Morrissey John, machinist, av s Carr av 2d h s Rae 
Moylan Martin, Ibr., n s NeAV 1st h av Union av 
Mohr Charles, crockery, n s Uncas 3d h n Tinton av 
Mohrhart Martin, mason, n s Uncas 3d h e Robbins av 
]\Iourit EdA\'ard, mason, s s 144th 7th h av Mill Brook 
Moadinger W. H., flour & feed, e s 3d av 1st h n 143d 
MOTT 'JORDAN L., IRON AVORKS, av s 3d av & Harlem 

Bridge 
Mott Jordan L., av s 3d av 1st h s Mott 

Mott Lawrence 1*., grocer, N. Y., s s 135th 11th li e Alex- 
ander av 
Mott ^Irs. A. H., Av s 3d aA' 1st h s I^nion pi 
Mott Frank P., grocer, a\' s 3d av 1st h s Union pi 
Mooney James, e s Beach av 2d h n Lexington av 
Mooney John, Ibr., av s Concord aA* opp Elm 
Mooney Arthur J., saloon, av s 3d av 2d h s Van Stoll 
Mooney William, police, e s 3d av 5th h n S. Boulevard 
Mooney Mar}-, saloon, e s 3d av 5th h n S. Boulevard 
Mooney James, e s Macomb av lOth h s Main 
Mooney James, liorseshoer, e s 3d av 5th h n Fifth 
Moody Lauren, s s 135tli 1st h av Alexander av 
Moody Winchester, s s 135th 1st h a\'' Alexander av 
Montgomery J. S., clerk, n s 139th 2d h e 3d av 
Montgomery Johii, contractor, av s 3d av 1st h n Mott 
Montgomery James, n s 130th 2d h e 3d aA"- 
Moran Patrick, Ibr., s av c 3d av «& Edwsell 



MOERISANIA DIRECTORY. Tl 

Moran John, mason, s s Denman 6th h w Courtland ay 
Morris Governeur, St. Ann's av s 134th 
Morris Governeur, jr., St. Ann's av s 134th 
Morris John, Ibr., s w c Schuyler & Courtland av 
Morris Thomas S., crockery, s s Fifth 2d h ^Y 3d av 
Morrison James, Town Hall keeper, s R R av 1st h s Union 
Morrison Wm., engineer, N. Y., e s R R av 1st h s Union 
Morrisania Steamboat Co., n e c 138th & 3d av 
Mole tor George, finisher, s s Schuyler 1st h w Morris av 
Moebus Adam, carpenter, e s Courtland av -d h n Sjiringfield 
Moebus Adam, jr., carpenter, e s Courtland av 1st h n Spring- 
field 
Moebus John A., carpenter, e s Courtland av 2d h n Sprinfi- 

field 
Modle Wenzel, tailor, w s Courtland av 1st h s Springfield 
Moore John, steward, s s Schuyler 5th h e Courtland av 
Moore J. B., teacher, n s 145th 2d h w Willis av 
Moore John, boss Ibr., n w c First & Courtland av 
Moore Thomas, Ibr., n s Teller pi 2d h w Courtland av 
Mosbach Francis, tailor, n s Elton 3d h e Courtland av 
Moritz Charles, j^rocer, n w c Mott & 3d av 
Moritz & Sons, grocers, nee William & Courtland av 
Mortiz Herman, grocer, n e c AVillia.m & Courtland av 
Mortiz Henry, grocer, nee William & Courtland av 
Mortiz George C, grocer, nee William & Courtland av 
Murgetraugh William, clerk, N. Y., n s 144th 4th h e 3d ay 
Mulcare Patrick, saloon, e s Willis av 2d h s 147th 
Muella Eliza, wid., e s 3d av 2d h s 146tli 
Murphv Thomas, liquors, e s 3d av opp Mott, r e s 3d av 1st h 

n 'l47th 
Murphy Thomas, pattern mkr, w s Westchester rd 3d h o 

Retreat av 
Murphv James J., Supt. F. A. & H. R. R., office e s 3d av lat 

h n Eighth 
Murphy Richard, rope mkr, w s 3d av 1st h s Second 
Murphy John, hostler, w s Wash'n av 3d h s Third 
Murphy Michael, Ibr., n s Pontiac 1st h e Robbins av 
Murphy Michael, pattern mkr, n s Gerard 1st he Retreat av 
Murphy Dennis, Ibr., s s Governeur 1st h e Morris av 
Murphy John, coachman, e s 3d av 4th "h s Milton 
Murphy John, foreman, N. Y., n s Mott 3d h w 3d av 
Murphy William, Ibr., s s Benson 8th h w Courtland av 
Murphy James, Ibr., e s Robbins av 2d h s Lexington 
Mui-phy Stephen, moulder, n s Governeur 5th h e Courtland av 
Murphy John, Ibr., s s Governeur 1st h e Morris av 



>2 MORP.ISANIA DIEECTOEY. 

Murphy Michael, boiler mkr, sec College av & Lowell 
^lurphy Ivedinond, Ibr., n s Henrick 1st h w 3d av 
Murphy James, Ibr., n s Henrick 1st h w 8d av 
Murphy Mary, saloon, w s 3d av 1st h s Mott 
Murphy ^lartin, ll)r., Port Morris 
Murphy John, Ibr., Port Morris 

jSfurray P. V., vet. surg., s s Westchester rd 1st h ^v Ptobbins av 
Murray Barney, feed, s w c Westchester rd & Pobbins av 
Murray Patrick, Ibr., n s Wr Eailroad '2d h e Robbins av 
Murray John, blacksmith, s s First 3d h w 3d av 
Murray Reuben, porter, N. Y., e s 3d av 'id h s Milton 
Mull l^arney, Ibr., n s Lowell 3d h e R R av 
]\[uller Christoph, liquors, nee Springfield & Courtland av 
Muller Wm., butcher, s s Miiton Sth h e Courtland av 
Muller John P., saloon, s s Milton Sth h e Courtland av 
^luller Mr., Ibr., nee Carr & Benson avs 
^luller Anne, wid., w s Carr av oth h s 15Gth 
Mullin John, carman, w s Forest av 5th h n Strong 
Mullins Patrick, car driver, n s Springfield 1st h w 3d av 
Miillens John, Ibr., nee AVestchester rd & ]3enson av 
Mullens Patrick, mason, w s Eagle av 4th h s Westchester rd 
Mullen Elizabeth, fancy store, s s Fifth 4th h w 3d av 
Mullhall James, tailor, e s 3d av '2d h s 141st 
Mulhall John II., mason, n s Milton '2d h w Courtland av 
Munson Robert, clerk, N. Y., s s Cottage (5th li w College av 
Munson Henry, Ibr., s w c 3d av & Smeeman 
Murtha Michael, teamster, n s Edsell '2d h w 3d av 
Murtlia Edward, Ibr., w s 3d av 7th h n Van Stoll 
Mulligan Ann Jane, saloon, n w c 144th »& Willis av 
Mulhgan Patrick, jiorter, N. Y.. e s College av l^d h s Cottage 
MuUigan Julia, wid., w s Courtland av 3d h n Union 
Mulligan Edward, Ibr., s s Benson 3d h w Courtland av 
^Eueller Peter, horse deal(-r, n s 139th 4th h w 3dav 
Mulhaney I'atrick, Ibr., s s 13Mth 1st h w 3d av 
Mulhaney John, Ibr., s s 139th 1st h w 3d av 
Mulholland Charles, mason, e s Morris av 3d h n ]^enson 
]\Iulholland Ann, grocer, e s Morris av 1st h n Mott 
Mullard ^Michael, mason, e s Morris av 2d h n Benson 
Murgatroyd WilUam, machinist, n s Benson 3d h e ]\[orris av 
Mulhorn Patrick, Ibr., w s 3d av 4th h n Sixth 
jNIulling John, carpenter, e s R R av Isth s Sixth 
Mulleny AErs. AIar3% e s R R av 1st h s Sixth 
Murdock J. W., mason, n s Findlay, 4th h w Wash'n av 
^Iurtao;h Bartliolemew, contractor, s s Prospect r)th h w 
Wash'n av 



MOREISANIA DIEECTOEY. 73 

Muhlker Win., grocer, s w c Courtland av & Waverly 
Mulbacker Morbis, slioemkr, s s Third 4th h w Wash'n av 
Muhrman Fred., barber, w s Wash'n av '2d h n Second 
Munder Louis, Ibr., w s Eetreat av 5th h s Grove 
Myers John, book binder, w s 3d av :^d h s Van Stoll 
Myers Joseph, saddler, e s E E av 2d h n Fifth 
Myers Mary, wid., boarding, s s Union 4th h av Wash'n av 
Myers A. H., cigar nifr, s s Fifth 2d h e E E av 
Myer Charles, carpenter, e s Eetreat av 1st h s Gerard 
Myers John, clerk, N. Y., e s College av 2d h s Cottage 
Myer Gebhardt, shoemkr, e s 3d av 1st h s 144tli 

N 

Nafis Eobt. H., engr., N. Y., w s Boston rd opp Wall 

Nash F, H., music teacher, e s Forest av 4th h n AVall 

Nackle Fred., Ibr., w s 3d av 2d h n Seventh 

Naelson Henry, Ibr., n s Grove Isth e 3d av 

Nagengast John, turner, N. Y., s e c Denman & Courtland av 

Nau John, moulder, w s Courtla,nd av 1st h n Denman 

Neibuhr Mary, s s George opp Villa pi 

Neilon Edward, grocer, w s 3d av 4tli h n Sixth 

Neabin Charles, butcher, e s 3d av 1st h s Third 

Nenstiehl Henry, fancy goods, w s Courtland av 2d h s Findlay 

Nevill Eose, laundry, n s Findlay 2d h e Courtland av 

Needham John, cabinetmkr, s s Fourth 2d h e E E av 

Newton Hiram B., drygoods, nee Fifth (Exchange building) 

& Wash'n av, r w s Wash'n av 1st h n Sixth 
Newton Thomas, n s Milton 3d h e Courtland av 
Newman Mary, laundress, s s Denman 3d h e Morris av 
Neihman Clemens, mason, n s Melrose 3d h w Wash'n av 
Neus Frank, cigar mfr, n s Mary 6th h w AVash'n av 
Neusbahm Daniel, cigarmkr, n s Elton 2d h w 3d av 
New^ett Thomas, teamster, e s Morris av 1st h s Schuyler 
Nesle Philip, carpenter, n s Governeur 4th h w 3d av 
Nehmehnann Henry, grocery, e s 3d av 1st h n 141st 
Neusman Ellen, milUnery, e s 3d av 3d h n 144th 
Nees Frederick, paper-hangings, e s 3d av 3d h n 145th 
Nehls J. H., confectionary, e s 3d av 2d h s 14Gth 
Neifmaker Alexander, e s 3d av 5tli h n 14Gth 
Nees Henry W., clerk. Port Morris 

Neil Mary, confectionery, n s Cottage 3d h w College av 
Nelson William, hotel s w c 3d av & Smeeman 
Nelson James, Ibr., w s 3d av 4th h n Van Stoll 
Nicholson Eobert, real estate, sec AVilliam & Wash'n av 



74 MOERISANIA DIBECTOEY. 

Nicholson Wm., bookeeper, sec William & Wash'n av 
Nicholson Robert, jr., foreman, sec William & Wash'n av 
Nicholson George, police, N. Y., s e c William & Wash'n av 
Nicholas, Martin, cabinetmkr, s s Schuyler 2d h w Wash'n av 
Nicholas Isaac, Ibr., s s Springfield 5th h w -^d av 
Niklies Jacob, barl)er, n s Wr Railroad 2d h e St. Ann's av 
Nieder Casper, pianomkr, e s St. Ann's av 8d h n AVr Railroad 
Nimphius John S., express, e s Retreat av 1st h n Henry 
Nimphius John, grocer, s w c Benson & 3d av 
Niggeschmidt Ignatz, jeweller, w s od av 1st h s Benson 
Niggesc'hmidt George, foreman, w s 3d av 2d h s Benson 
Nicoll William, brass finisher, n s Mott 3d h e Morris av 
Norris Mrs. Margaret, Avasherwoman, e s Clinton 2d h s Jef- 
ferson 
Norris Thomas, stationery, w s 3d av 4th h n Xan Stoll 
Noble James, marble-cutter, N. Y., e s Cottage pi 5th h n 

Eighth 
Nowtry AVensel, cigarmkr, n s Union pi 1st li e R R av 
Nolan Patrick, Ibr., e s Courtland av 1st h n Findlay 
Nolan John, Ibr., n s Eighth 1st h w 3d av 
Xolan ]\Iichael, Ibr., n s Wr Railroad 2d h e Robbiiis 
Nolan Thomas, Ibr., s s Tineas 1st h w Tinton av 
Nolan Patrick, ibr., s s WilloAv 1st h e Robbins av 
Nolan James, Ibr., e s Robbins av 1st h n Pontiac 
Nolan Michael, Ibr., s s Benson 3d h w Courtland av 
Nolan John, Ibr., n w c Willis av & 144th 
Nolan John, Ibr., Port Morris 

Nolan AVilliam, gardener, s s 135th 2d h e St. Ann's av 
Nolan Martin, Ibr., Robbins av 2d h s Wr Railroad 
Nocre Joseph, cigarmkr, w s AVash'n av 3d h n Second 
Norman Wm. S., grocer, s s Westchester rd 3d h w Clifton av 
Norman Charles, butcher, n s Springfield 4th h e Terrace pi 
Norman John, butcher, n s Springfield 4th h e Terrace pi 
Norman George, agent, n s 143d 1st h ^y AVillis av 
Norman John C. H., broker, s s 140th 1st h w Willis av 
Nogel Wm., Ibr., av s av B 3 h s Cliff 

Nolkemper AVilliam, tinsmith, n s Schuyler 1st h w Court- 
land av 
Norz Martin, grocery, n av c 3d av & Main 
Norz John, clerk, n av c 3d av & Main 
Nooney John, Ibr., n s I47th 1st h e 3d av 
Noeger Joseph, iron moulder, e s 3d av 3d h n 134th 
Nugent Daniel, mason, av s Forest av 1st h s Wall 
Nuchtern Geo., gardener, CromAvell Creek bridge n s Cedar 
Nuchtern Adam, gardener, CroniAvell Creek bridge n s Cedar 



MORRISANIA DIRECTORY. 75 

Nunne James, Ibr., w s Eagle av 1st h s Wr Railroad 



Oake Charles, jeweller, w s 3d av 2d h s Sixth 
Oaring Charles. Ibr., s s Schuyler 3d h w Courtland av 
Oatis Richard, lawyer, e s 3d av 1st h s Grove 
Oberglock John, baker, e s Franklin av 5th h n Sixth 
Oberglock Chris., baker, e s Franklin av 5th h n Sixth 
Obenauer Matthew, stoves, w s 3d av 4th h n Third 
Obermeyer Louis, painter, w s R R av 3d h s Eighth 
Obenteufel Anton, teamster, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Prospect 
Oberbeck J. S., builder, s s Arcularius pi 1st h e Gerard av 
Oberteifer Reise, dry goods, N. Y., w s Passage av 1st h n 

143d 
Obbett John, Ibr., n s Elton 4tli h w 3d av 
O'Brien John, carpenter, w s 3d av '2d h n Waverly 
O'Brien Daniel, Ibr., s s Governeur 1st h e Morris av 
O'Brien James, Ibr., n s New 1st h e Forest av 
O'Brien Edward, builder, res Boston rd opp Wall 
O'Brien Philip, lather, n w c Milton & Wash'n av 
O'Brien John, Ibr., nee Westchester rd & Benson av 
O'Brien Patrick, Ibr., nee Westchester rd & Benson av 
O'Brien Matthew, mason, s s Gerard 4th h e Retreat av 
O'Brien John, Ibr., s s Gerard 3d h e Retreat av 
O'Brien Patrick, Ibr., s s Gerard 3d h e Retreat av 
O'Brien Ann, ^^'id., n s 147th 1st h e 3d av 
O'Connor Michael, mason, n s 144th 5th h e 3d av 
O'Connor H. C, dentist, s w c Fulton av & Seventh 
O'Carroll Peter, bartender, R R av 1st s Union 
Ochen Jacob, Ibr., w s Retreat av 5th h s Grove 
O'Connei Patrick, clerk, N. Y., s s Denman 10th h w Court- 
land av 
O'Donnell James, mason, s s 144th 2d h w Willis av 
O'Donnell Patrick, mason, s s 144th 2d h w AVillis av 
Oechs A., wines, N. Y"., s w c Ella & Morris pi 
Oecks William, moulder, n s Denman 2d h e Morris av 
Offen Michael, carpenter, n s Governeur 2d h w Courtland av 
O'Hallaren Michael, Ibr., n s New 1st h w Union av 
O'Hare Thomas, stone cutter, w s Forest av 4th h s Wall 
O'Hara James, Ibr., w s Courtland av 1st h n Union 
O'Hara Patrick, Ibr., n s Union 4th h w Wash'n av 
O'Hara Michael, Ibr., n s Union 3d h w Wash'n av 
O'Hara John, plasterer, s s Third 4th h e R R av 
O'Hara Pat., mason, s s Third 1st h e R R av 



76 MOERISANIA DIEECTOEY. 

Ohern Thomas, hostler, e s od av 3d h s Westchester rd 
Olwell Hugh, Ibr., nee Forest av & Strong 
Olney Daniel, carpenter, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Findlay 
Olney Eichard, clerk, N. Y., w s 8d av 4th h n Henrick 
Oliver T. Mason, freight agent, n w « 8d av & Bronx 
O'Mara Dennis, Ibr., e s 8d av 1st h n 14Gth 
Onderdonk John, carpenter, n s 141st Gth h w Willis av 
Onderdonk William, carpenter, s s 140th 3d li w Willis av 
O'Neil Daniel, painter, e s Clinton 1st h s Jefferson 
O'Neil Francis, cooper, e s Wash'n av 1st h s First 
O'Neal James, tailor, n s Gerard 8d ]i e Eetreat av 
O'Neill James Ibr., s s Benson Sth h e Morris av 
O'Neill John, Ibr., e s Conrtland av 2d h n Mary 
Ortt Fred'k, mason, e s Wash'n av 8d h n ^Milton 
Orchard Francis, plate glass, N. Y., s s 13oth 7th h e Alex- 
ander av 
Ortli Christian, saloon, s s Schuyler, 5th h w Wash'n av 
O'Eourke Malachi, painter, w s 3d av 1st h n Concord 
O'Eourke J., picture frames, e s 3d av 3d h n 14(3 th 
Ostrander AVilliam, pattern maker, s s 145th 1st h e 3d av 
Osbarhr Henry, confectioner, N. Y., s s Mary 3d h e Court- 
land av 
Osterburg Andreas, milk, av s Eetreat av 3d h s Grove 
Ott George, tailor, s s Melrose 1 st h e Courtland av 
O'Toole John, clerk, s s Fourth 3d h e E E av 
Otten Christian, grocer, n w c Mott & ^lorris av 
Over George B., Ibr., w s Forest av 3d h n Strong 
Overington Thomas, builder, Harlem, r n s Concord 6th h w 

College av 
Owens William, clerk, N. Y., n s 130::h Ud h e 3d av 



Pausewein Wm,, saloon, w s 3d av 4th h n Fifth 
Pausewein Adelia, dressmkr, w s 3d av 4th h n Fifth 
Panlisch Charles, car builder, n w c 3d av & Seventli 
Pabst Geo., gymnasium, w s 3d av 1st h n Sixth 
Pabst ^Ir., glassware, N. Y., s w c Beach av & Lexington 
Parshatl James L., real estate, off. nee Wash'n av & Fifth, r 

w s Fulton av 4th h n Fifth 
Paulus Wm., milkman, s s AVilliam 4th h e Courtland av 
Paulus Christina, wid., s s William 4th h e Courtland av 
Paulus Fritz, milk, w s Juliet nr Gerard av 
Paul John, grocer, e s Wasli'n av 2d h s ]\tilton 
Paul John, cigars, e s Wash'n av 4th h s ]\filton 



MOERISANIA DIRECTOEY. 77 

Paul Henry, barber, e s AVash'n av 4th h s Milcon 
Paul Christian, butcher, nee Benson & Courtlandnv 
Paul August, butcher, nee Benson & Courtland av 
Pasenecker Christopher, tailor, s s Prospect 4th h w Wash'n av 
Palmer Wni. H., telegraph operator, n s Eighth 1st h w 

Wash'n av 
Parkerton George, silver plater, N. Y., e s Wash'n av 1st h n 

Second 
Parisette Fred. W., grocer, w s Wash'n av 3d h s Third 
Parker Andrew J., chemist, N. Y., s w c Eighth & Wash'n av 
Parker George, mason, e s Tinton av 1st h n Uncas 
Parker Albert, sealworks, N. Y., w s Morris pi 1st h s Ella 
Parker George, s s 145th 4tli h e od av 

Palmer Harris, iron worker, N. Y., s s New 1st h e Forest av 
Paff Henrich, Ibr., s s Uncas 1st h e Tinton av 
Patterson Alex., trainer, s s Irving pi 2d h w P P av 
Patterson David, shoemkr, w s 3d av 4th h n Smeeman 
Patterson Mary, laundress, s s Governeur 1st h w Courtland av 
Paltz Andrew, brewer, s s 147th '2d h e Clifton av 
Paesly Frederick, pianos, N. Y., n s Cottage 5th h w Col- 
lege av 
Pausen AVilliam, boatman, w s 3d av 'id h n Mott 
Pawson John W., surveyor, s s Edsell 4th h w 3d av 
Payn John G., Sure Eaising Flour, o s 3d av '2d h s 13Gth 
Paulson Peter, carpenter, N. Y., s s 139th 2d h w 3d av 
Payne AVilliam 0., coachman, s s Schuyler 6th h e Court- 
land av 
Paris Henry, Ibr., s s Schuyler 3d h e Morris av 
Panzer Franz, blacksmith, s s Denman 3d h e Coyrtland av 
Panzer Joseph, photographer, w s 3d av 1st h s Denman 
Pagen Mary, laundress, e s Courtland av 1st h s Denman 
Parsons AVilliam, carpenter, e s William 1st h s Wash'n av 
Petz Joseph, w s Fulton av 4th h w Seventh 
Petsch Chris., cap mfr, N. Y., e s E E av 1st h s Eighth 
Pennell Francis, mason, w s 3d av 4th h n Fourth 
Pennell Thomas, designer, N. Y'., s s Governeur 9th h av Court- 
land av 
Pet Maria, hair dresser, w s 3d av 5th h n Fifth 
Perrer Uder, cigarmkr' w s 3d av 1st h s Third 
Pearl John, mason, w s Union av 2d h n George 
Peter Rudolf, weaver, s s First 2d h e Courtland av 
Peterson Tederman, liquors, n w c Waverly & Courtland av 
Peterson Oscar, carpenter, n s 144th 6th h e 3d av 
Peat John, machinist, sec Waverly & Wash'n av ' 

Peco Wm., coachman, n s Milton 1st h w 3d av 



78 MORRISANIA DIRECTORY. 

Penning Henry, grocer, e s Coiirtland av 8d h s Prospect 

Peattie Robert, carpenter, w s Wash'n av 4th h n Pirst 

Petit E., florist, n w c Union av & New 

Perry Levi (Rev.,) s s 141st 2d h e Alexander av 

Pemberton William, iron moulder, n e c 8d av 146th 

Pemberton Albert, saloon, s e c 3d av «& 136th 

Peters Timothy, watchman, w s Macomb av 1st h s Van StoU 

Peters Ann, wid., w s 3d av 3d h n Smeeman 

Peters John, Ibr., s s Elton 1st h w 3d av 

Peters John, liquors, n w c Benson & Courtland av 

Peifer Antoine, mason, s w c 3d av & Smeeman 

Pendar Catharine, wid., n s Springfield 3d h w 3d av . 

Pfeiffer Gustavus, picture framer, n w c Cliff & Forest av 

Pfeiffer Henry, turner, N. Y., n s Elton 8th h w 3d av 

Pfeffermann Edward W., saddler, e s 3d av 3d h n Eifth 

Pfluger Joseph, barber, w s 3d av 3d h n Seventh 

Pfan John, gardener, e s Courtland av 3d h s Prospect 

Pfund Clemens, weaver, n s Westchester rd 1st h e Retreat ar 

Phelan Patrick, carpenter, w s Courtland av 6th h n Union 

Phelan Sarah, wid., n s Ella 2d h e Morris pi 

Phillips Daniel F., bridge house, e s Wash'n av 1st h n Eirst 

Phillips Henry, agent. Port Morris 

Phillips Rinaldo, clerk, N. Y''., Port Morris 

PhilHps Wesley, engineer, e s Passage av 1 st h s Wr Railroad 

Pickard Joseph, bookkeeper, N. Y., w s Boston rd 1st h n 

Seventh 
Pink G., painter, s s Fourth 3d h e R R av 
Pilger Peter, baker, w s Retreat av 1st h s Rose 
Pinckney Capt., Port Morris 
Pierce Richard, Ibr., s s Denman 3d h e R R av 
Platner Adoli^h, N. Y., e s Fulton av 3d h s Eighth 
Platz Peter, boots & shoes, e s 3d av 4th h n 146tli 
Plattman Louis, locksmith, n s Springfield 3d h w Courtland av 
Plander Catharine, laundress, s s Elton 2d h w 3d av 
Piatt Charles, mariner, s s od av 1st h n Rose 
Pollock Julius, chemist, w s Boston rd 2d h s Spring pi 
Pollock Henry, printer, w s Boston rd 2d h s Spring pi 
Poulston John M., baker, e s Franklin av 5tli h n Sixth 
Poulston Walter, steward, w s Franklin av 1st h n Sixth 
Pond Robt. J., jeweller, N. Y"., e s Franklin av 3d h n Sixth 
Potts Arthur (Rev.,) w s Boston rd 4th h s Spring pi 
Powers John, rigger, N. Y., w s Forest av 3d h s Wall 
Potter Thomas J., bookeeper, N. Y., e s Franklin av 3d h s 

Seventh 
Potter Chas. H., Ibr., s s Schuyler hth h e Courtland av 



MORRISANIA DIEECTORY. 79 

Poison Wm., carpenter, n s William 1st h w Wasli'n av 
Powers James, Ibr., nee William & Courtland av 
Popp John, saloon, nee Fifth & E, E, av 
Post John, painter, (rear) e s Wash'n av 4th h n Fourth 
Poore Fanny, dressmkr, n s 144th 5th h e 3d av 
Porter William, mason, e s Willis av 1st h s 147th 
Porter James, marble cutter, s s Denman 3d h e Morris av 
Pope David, police. Port Morris 

Pouder Alxeander, book binder, s s Mary 1st h e Morris av 
Pouder Geo. W., painter, s s Mary 1st h e Morris av 
Polk Mary, laundress, s w c Governeur & 3d av 
Pollak Gustave, peddler, e s 3d av 3d h n Henry 
Poff John, mason, n s Mott 1st h w Courtland av 
Provost Peter, pianomkr, w s 3d av 5th h s Fifth 
Provost Reuben M., e s Franklin av 1st h s Jefferson 
Provost Joseph W., clerk, N. Y., e s Franklin av 1st h s Jef- 
ferson 
Prutting John, shoemkr, n s Seventh 2d h n 3d av 
Preiser John, mason, s s Milton 6th h w Wash'n av 
Pi-eiser Charles, paper boxes, n s Schuyler 3d h w Courtland av 
Proal Arthur B., banker, N. Y., n s William 1st h e Morris pi 
Pressner John, shoemkr, e s Benson av 4tli h n Westchester rd 
Pratt Theophilus, sewing machines, N. Y., n s 141st 2d h w 

Willis av 
Pratt Franklin E., n s Concord 1st h w College av 
Pry or Richard, boatman. Port Morris 
Prophet & Co., grocers, e s 3d av 1st h n 134tli 
Prass WiUiam, saloon, w s 3d av 2d h n Henrick 
Prass Louis, barber, n w c 3d av & 130th 
Prescott David, bookkeeper, N. Y., e s Alexander av 4th h s 

140th 
Preussuer 0., jeweller, N. Y., e s College av 4th h s Main 
Prince Joseph, porter, N. Y., s s Schuyler 4th h w Wash'n av 
Pruder Phitalis, basketmkr, e s Courtland av 3d h s Elton 
Prunty Michael, Ibr., w s Morris av Isth s Schuyler 
Pregenzer Philip, ice cream, w s 3d av 4th h s Milton 
Pregenzer Peter, chair caner, e s 3d av 4th h s Rose 
Prew Charles, moulder, w s 3d av 2d h s Elton 
Pult Edward, tailor, s s Findlay 2d h e Courtland av 
Putnam Jas. R., clerk, N. Y., e s R R av 1st h n Fourth 
Pulley John C, caterer, n s Third 4th h w Wash'n av 
PURDY & Co., grocers, sec Westchester rd & 3d av 
Purdy Stephen, carpenter, s s 147th 3d h e Clifton av 
Purdy Wilson, mason, n s Mott 1st h w Courtland av 
Purdy Frederick, mason, n s Mott 1st h w Courtland av 



<S0 MOEIUSANIA DIEEC^TOEY. 

Purtell Jolin, Ibr., n s AV'estcliestor rd Istli e liobbius av 

Puhr Nicholas, peddler, a\' s Betreat av 1st h n 140tli 

Public ^School No. 1, n w c Willow & College ax 

Public 8cliool No. 2, Higlibridgevillo 

Public School No. o, e s i^d av bet Seventh cS: Eighth 

PuT)lic School No. 4, e s od av nr Milton 

Public School No. 5, s s Concord av 1st h s Ehu 

Q 

Quinn AVm., Ibr., av sEorest av opp Strong 
Quinlisk John, Ibr., s s William 'Id h a\' Wavcrlv 
Quick Millicent, wid., s s Eindlay Ud h w AVash'ii av 
Quesse August, gardener, w s Petreat av fHli h n Westches- 
ter rd 
Quackenbush Henry, moulder, e s Petreat av 1st h s West- 
chester rd 
Quimby Aaron J., wagon nikr, w s College av 1st h n Cottage 

E 

Pate Edward, piano inkr, w s od av 5th h u Third 

Eandall S. S., w s Franklin av 3d h n Seventh 

Randall Sidwell, teacher, w s Eranklin av od h n Seventli 

Pay Erederick, physician, e s od av 1st h s Fifth 

Pay John, car builder, w s P P av opp Eighth 

Pay Augustus, car builder, w s P P av opp Eighth 

Pay Mrs. Henrietta, w s P P av opp Eighth 

Pay Joseph, Ibr., s e c 3d av & 141st 

Pay Patrick, Ibr., s s Penman 6th h w Courtland av 

Pae Thomas, real estate agent, nee 188tli & od av, r n w c 

Alexander av & lo8th 
Pae John, pianos, N. Y., n s Main 2d h e College av 
Pae David, carpenter, s s Lowell 8d h w 3d av 
Pae John, farmer, n s Mary 1st h e Morris av 
Pae Charles, iron moulder, e s Passage av 1st h s Wr Pailroad 
Panter Julius, guilder, N. Y., n s Melrose 3d h e Terrace pi 
Patz George, lamplighter, s s First 1st he Wash'n av 
Panger Stephen, printer, N. Y., w s P P av opp Sixth 
Pau Frederick, tailor, n s 143d 3d h e 3d av 
Pau John, tailor, n s 143d 3d h e 3rd av 
Pauh Micliael, carpenter, n s Elton 4th h e Morris av 
Packloff Adam, shoe mkr, e s 3d av 3d h s 14Gth 
Paba Fritz, dyer, w s 3d av 4th h s Mott 
Paleigh Joseph, engineer, w s 3d av 2d li s Mott 



J^RNES 



T HALL, 



i^TTOENEY AND COUNSELOR AT LaW, 

FIFTH STEEET, 
Near Washington Avenue, MOREISANIA, 

^NDREW SPONSEL, 

. T00L8, Builders' Hardware, 

House Furuisliing Goods Dealer in Stoves, &c., 
FOEDHAM AVENUE, 

East side, bet Fifth St. and Spring Place, MORRIS ANl A. 

glRCHALL & chapman, 

DEALERS IN 

LIME, CEMENT, COAL & WOOD, 

OFFICES AND YARDS, 
POET MOEEIS : 

MOTT HA YEN, near 3d Ave. Bridge, 

And WEST FAEMS. 

ro3t Office address, MOREISANIA, N. Y. 



All orders promptly executed."^j| 



^^ CHISHOLM, Jr., & CO.," 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Fine Teas, Wines and Groceries, 

FIFTH STEEET, 

Kear Third Avenue, MO^RISANIA. 




FIFTH STREET, MORRISANI A, 

Branch .Store, THIRD AVENUE, bet. 144th and 145th Sts. 

Mai.ufactuier of Silk and Cassimere Hats. Dealer in Ladies' Furs, Um- 
brellas, and Pa])er Collars. On hand the latest stvles of 
FELT HATS AND CAPS. 



A. J. BRAUDLACHT, 

Builder's Hardware^ 

AND HOUSE FRUNISHING GOODS, 
BOSTOI^ EOA^D, 

Opposite Westchester Road, MSllSiS'^JISa 

MORRISANIA, WESTCHESTER CO, 

White Lead and Zinc Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes, Brashes, Window Glass, &c. 

]>ir orris aula ]Bxj>i*ess Co. 

PRIl^CIPAL. OFFICES: 

67 Courtland and 4-4 Beehman Streets, Xeiv York, 
Branch Offices.— No. 81 ^Barclay Street, 220 and 254 Pearl Street, 30 

Liberty Street, and 70 Bowery. 
Morrisaiiia Office. — Fordham Avenue opposite Fourth Street. 
Branch Offices. — Post Oflice, Fifth St., and Carpenter's Hotel, opposite 

the Depot. 
MoTT Havex. — Byrne's liquor store, Carr's feed store, atid Gilmore's drug 

store, 138th stivet. 
\^^ Furniture and Pianos carefully removed at any time. 

1^. I. IBItOAVlV, 

gcal (!P!5tatc and |n$iit<mce Jgeut, 

OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, FIFTH STREET, 

Ne:ir Harlem Railroad Depot and Pest Office, M0EEI8ANIA. 

Ri^al Estate bousht and sold imd Insured. Houses let and Eents collected. 
iSST Satisfaction will always be given. "^301 



MORRISANIA DIRECTORY. 81 

Raloigh Walter, n s Westchester rd 3(1 h e Retreat av 
Raief Ernst, peddler, sec Mott & R R av 
Ranneau Erancis, waiter, N. Y., w s Courtlaiid av Is h s Mel- 
rose 
Rautenhausen John, Ibr., w s Wash'n av 1st h s Springfield 
Ramsey Philip, peddler, s s Elton od h w Morris av 
Rauss John Gr., mounter, w s (^ourtland av 1st h n iJenman 
Rabbitt Edward, moulder, s s Governeur 7th h w (.'ourtland av 
Raber AVenz, w s Courtland av 1st h s Denman 
Raught Charles, mason, e s Courtland av 4th h n Mott 
Rainyard Frank, Ibr., w s Courtland av 1st h s Melrose 
Renmstrich Paul, brewer, w s od av ;>d h s Sixth 
Reeves Obadiah, bookkeeper, o s Eranklin av 1st h n od av 
Rehfeldt AVm. E., printer, N. Y., e s Erankhn av 4th h n Sixth 
Reusch Wm., brewer, s w c od av & First 
Reynolds James II., (contractor, N. Y., w s Fulton av 11th h » 

Eighth 
Reynolds Patrick, Ibr., e s Courtland av 1st h n Findlay 
Reagan Pat., porter, e s ^d av bet Clilt' & First pi 
Renz Gustave, physician, w s od av opp Spring pi 
Retz Charles, piano mkr, e s Courtland av *2d h s Milton 
Reichman Chas. F., artist, s s First 'Jd h w od av 
Reagan Mrs. Hannah, s s Third 4th h e li R av 
Reaser Rudolj^h, cigar mkr, n e c Wash'ji av & First 
Rennoaux Wm., carpenter, w s Wash'n av 4th h n Second 
Reil Wm., carpenter, s s Third !id h w Wash'n av 
Reinken John, grocer, s w c Wash'n av «!v: Fiftli 
Reynard Henry, conductor, N. Y., s s New opp Forest av 
Renhaas Johannes, Ibr., e s Gerard av lid h s Juhet 
Reily James, Ibr., n s Wr Railroad f>tli he Robbins av 
Reiliy James, Ibr., av s Robbins av 4th h n Wr Railroad 
Reic Adam, tailor, e s Robbins av )ld h n Uncas 
Reins Sarah ISL, wid., teacher, w s Courtland av 1st h s Ella 
Reisfenheuser Frank, carpenter, e s Robbins av r)thlin Uncaa 
Reisfenheuser John, carpenter, e s Ro)>bins av r)t]ih n Uncas . 
Reisfeuheuser John, carpenter, e s Robbins av ^ith h n Uncaa 
Reitield Frederick, tailoi', n s 144tli M h e od av 
Revere Andrew, painter, n s 14od 3d h e od av 
Reftbrd J. S., painter, N. Y., n s 140th ;kl h w Willis av 
Reisse William, bakery, e s Wilhs av M h s 14Tth 
Relyea George, mason. Port Morris 
Renshaw John, Ibr., Junction Macomb & R li avs 
Renahaw J., paints, e s lid av 5th h n Fi9th 
Reineg Philip, Ibr., s s Melrosa 7th h w Wash'n av 
Reed William, butcher, N. Y., s s Mary Id h w AVash^n av 

i) 



82 MOKKISANIA DIRECTORY. 

Rehls John, Ibr., e s Courtland 1st h n Mary 
Reddy George, Ibr., s s Schuyler 1st h e Courtland av 
Renk Dorothea, widwife, w s Wasli'n av 1st h s Springfield 
Renk John, Ibr., w s Wash'n av 1st h s Springfield 
Renk Jacob, stone cutter, s s Schuyler 2d h e Morris av 
Reiss Alwise, painter, s s Schuyler 6th h w Courtland av 
Reider Joseph, piano mkr, s s Schuyler !2d h e Morris av 
Reinhard Geo., shoe mkr, n s Governeur 4th h e Courtland av 
Reinhard William, saloon, nee Elton & Morris av 
Reinhart Louis, grocer, nee 8d av & Seventh 
Regan Michael, Ibr., s s Governeur 1st h e Morris av 
Regan Owen, Ibr,, s s Benson 9th h w Courtland av 
Rehm Bernard, crockery, e s 3d av 2d h s Rose 
Reindl Joseph, carpenter, e s Courtland av 1st h s Benson 
Rickersfeld August, w s Wash'n av 5th li n Fourth 
Richardson Geo. W., merchant, N. Y., w s Boston rd opp 

Home 
Richardson Joseph Ij., bookkeeper, N. Y., s w c Boston rd & 

Fifth 
Rigney Mrs. P. H., wid., n s Home opp Villa pi 
Riker Robert, builder, e s Clinton od h s Jefferson 
Riker Robert, jr., carpenter, e s Clinton od h s Jefferson 
Riker \Vm., carpenter, e s Clinton od h s Jefferson 
Riker Thos., carpenter, e s Clinton 3d h s Jefferson 
Rider James M., painter, n s William 3d h w Wash'n av 
Rider & Conklin, real estate, s s Van StoU 1st h w Canal 
Ritter Washington, physician, e s Franklin av 1st h n Fifth 
Ritter Henry, clerk, N. Y., w s Franklin av 1st h s Eighth 
Rivinius Charles, brewer, w s Fulton av 4th h n Sixth 
Riordon John, Ibr., e s R R av 6th h n Seventh 
Rieck Fred'k, agent, n s Jnion 2d h w Wash'n av 
Riley Michael, Ibr., w s Courtland av od h n Union 
Riley Edward, Ibr., w s 3d av 3d h s Third 
Riley Richard, peddler, w s Morris av 2d h s Schuyler 
Rifey Thomas, Ibr., s s Denman 3d h e Morris av 
Riley ]^Iargaret, wid., laundress, s s Benson 3d h w Court- 
land av 
Riley Patrick, Ibr., o s Courtland av 1st h n Findlay 
Riley Wm., Ibr., nee Waverly & Wash'n av 
Rielly James, police, s w c Carr av & Rae 
Rinert Charles, carpenter, w s Wash'n av 4th h n Second 
Ring Eugene, towm clerk, office Town Hall, r s e c Morris pi 

& Catharine 
Richards Edward, piano mkr, n w c Gerard av & Juliet 
Richards Joseph, engineer, 8 w c Cedar & Walton av 



MORRISANIA DIRECTORY. 83 

Richards F., bookkeei)er, N. Y., n w c Gerard av & Juliet 
Rittler Ernst, cigars, s s 145th 1st h e Mill Brook 
Rivers Frank, Ibr., n s 14-4th 4th h e 3d av 
R'chard Frederick, s s 141st 4th h e Alexander av 
Rieger Charles, cabinet mkr, e s Willis av 1st h n 144th 
Ripley Lindsay, cierk, N. Y., w s Macomb av 2d h Van Stoll 
Richardson Joseph, dry goods, w s od av 3d h n Garden 
Ringle Christian, piano mkr, s s Springfield 4th h e Court- 
land av 
Ritzer Henry, moulder, w s Wash'n av 1st h n Schuyler 
Riderman Henry, butcher, e s Morris av 1st h n Governeur 
Rice Sophia, wid., n s Schuyler 1st h e Courtland av 
Rice Michael, shoe mkr, w s Wash'n av 2d h n First 
Rice Peter, baker, w s Wash'n av 1st h n First 
Rice Joseph, baker, w s Wash'n av 1st h n First 
Rice Piiillip, boots & shoes, w s Wash'n av 2d h n First 
Rico Andrew, leather & findings, w s Wash'n av 2d h n First 
Rice John, tailor, w s Courtland av 1st h n Prospect 
Rice John F., tailor, n w c Courtland av & Prospect 
Rice John, policeman, n s Benson 4th h w Courtland av 
Rice John, Ibr., w s 3d av 2d h n Waverly 
Rice Lawrence, tailor, n s Mutt Isth w Courtland av 
Rich Franklin, pattern mkr, w s 3d av 7th h s Milton 
Ripple John, varnisher, nee Springfield & Courtland av 
Rover Anthony, carpenter, s s 143d 2d h e 3d av 
Roinherst Henry, painter, n s 143d 3d h e 3d av 
Robertson Henry H., w s Macomb av 4th h s Grove 
Robertson AVilliam N., w s Macomb av 4tli h s Grove 
Robertson Milton, clerk, N. Y., w s Macomb av 4th h s Grove 
Robertson Henry, n s Concord 7th h w College av 
Robertson James, grocer, e s 3d av 4th h n lo9th 
Robertson John, ice, n s Henrick 1st h w 3d av 
Robinson George, conductor, Port Morris 
Robinson George, lumber, N. Y., s s 139th 1st h e Willis av 
Robinson Elizabeth, wid., seamstress, s s First 3d h e Court- 
land av 
Robinson John, waiter, w s Courtland av 1st h s Findlay 
Rod an Nicholas, teamster, Junction Macomb av & R R av 
Rodecker Frank S., saloon, w s 3d av 3d h s Edsell 
Rodecker Emanuel, saloon, w s 3d av 3d h s Edsell 
ROBBINS GEORGE B., gravel roofing, w s 3d av 5th h n 

Edsell 
Robbins Geo. B., gravel roofor, s s 136th 3d h e Alexander av" 
Robb Mary, wid., n s 146th 2d h e Willis av 
Robb Edward, ice, s s Mott 7 th h w College av 



84 MOT^iaSANIA DIEKCTOKY. 

liohl) < , harlH.s, ^ard*'iier, n s »Schuvler 5tli li »^ Moitis av 

Kobl) Elizabeth, n 8 14Gtli 1st h e AVillis av 

Robb (.'barlejj, ice, e s ^{(1 av '2d li n I4Gth 

RoAv John, biitclier, s a\ c od av *fc Henriclv- 

Homan (,'atholie Scliool, ii e c loTtli & Alexander av 

lioh Jacob, shoemkr, e s Concord av lid li .s ]jexinjj;ton av 

]\*osa l\udol])li, .siirvfnor, N. Y., s s Garden 4th li Av(Jolloge av 

Ivool^woJK ']iarli>s 11., bookkeeper, N. Y.. n s Concord 2d li w 

'U\ av 
li(H' Anna, e s Walton av lid h s KUa 
lioe James ])., mercliant, n s Tlalsey 1st ii <> M«»rrls pi 
Jlov A\'ni., clerk, n s IJalsey 1st li i\ ISf orris pi 
Ivoe Aj^iiistus C, clerk, e s Walton av 2d h s Ella 
liows James, blacksmith, n s Westchester rd ))d li e Iletreat av 
Ixoeder (luirles, ch'i'k, n s Gerai'd tith h e Hetreat av 
Ivoeder Adam, c{ir])euter, n e c AFary I'v: Conrtland i\\ 
Jvobetzeck I)a\id, china works, s s Willo^v 2d h e Itobbins av, 

r s s Fncas 2d h «> bobbins av 
liolx'tzeck (Instave, clerk, s s Ifncas 2d h e Liobbins a\ 
l'l«>betzeck Aaron, av s l«obbins av 1st h n Wr Hailroad 
Eonrke I'at., driA-er, e s li R av 1st li s 8ixth 
Rourke John, contractor, w s Union av Isth w George 
Eonrki' Ann, av s Union av od h n George 
Ronrke Michael, driver, \v s ITnion aA' ^Id hn George 
Koberts JNlary, n s Wall 1 st h w Union av 
lloberts JNtilton, clerk, n s Wall Ist h av Union av 
Ivoberts Alex. 1'., ch-rk, n s Wall 1st h ^v Union av 
liobt'rts Ste})ln^n J., carpenter, n s WiUiam 1st h av Wash'n av 
Eoberts James, (Jerk, s s UOth .'{d h a\- AVillisav 
Ikommenstein Christian, brcAViT, e s JJd av od h w Sixth 
l{<»s('nthal Conrad, hairdresser, av s .'>d av 5th h n Fifth 
KOWKX JAMKS, harness mkr, av s ;ld av U h n R R av 
l'0A\an AYm., printer, s s I'indlay 2d h av AN'ash'n av 
Ivowan (ieo. W., harness, s s I'nion 4th h w AVash'n av 
Eoude I'atrick, Ibr,, n s Kirst 2d h e (Jonrtland nv 
Eoletter JN'ter, cooper, s s AN'illiam r)th h av AN'ashVn av 
l\ooT»e Henry, tailor, av s Wash'n av Ist h s I'rospect 
Roos .Jucob, stone cntter, e s AN'ash'n aA* 5th li s Milton 
Roos .lacob, taih)r, e s Conrtland aA' 1st h s ]\lelrose 
Rose Wm. II., carpenter, n s I'rospect od h a\- Wash'n av 
Ronner LcAvis, engineer, IS. Y., n s Second Jld h e Wash'n av 
Ronner Mrs. William, .>> e c Fulton uv »S: Seventh 
ROTTGKR IIKNRYK., MKKCHANT TAILOR, o s Wash'n 

av 2d h s Fifth 
Ro«H George, Ibr., s « Arenlurius pi 1st h e Gerard ar 



MORRISANIA DIRECTORY. So 

Rohl Oharlos, <2;ardener, n s Eila 4th. ]i e Morris pi 
Rolirey John, liarness mkr, s s Westchester rd 3d h av (JHftou av 
Roschild E., dry goods, s s Westcliester rd 'Jd h w CUftou av 
Rotlischild Henry, b(jots & shoes, av s od av 2d li n Gardeu 
Rogers Thomas, lawyer, s w c Ella «fc Spring- 
Rogers 8. N., shoe mkr, t; s av C 2d h s Clilf 
Rogers John, waiter, N. Y., e s av 3d h s Clift' 
Rogers George, driver, o s 3 av 4th h s Eight! i 
Rogers Fred., billiard saloon, e s 3d av Mh h n Fiftli 
Rogers Mrs. Mary A., e s 13oston rd bet Ilonie & George 
Rogers John, hostler, u s First 3d h e Courthmd a\- 
Rogers Henry, agent, s e c (Jottago it ( 'ollege av 
Rogers Ellen, wJiite goods, sec Cottage & College av 
Rogge John, liquors, n w c Benson & 3d av 
Rogge John (J., L., n s Benson 1st h \v 3d av 
Rooney Michael, Ibr., n s Westchester rd 2d li <■ Rcjbbins av 
Roderka Gustavo A., grocer, n w c Springliold il<: (^ourtland av 
Romans Bernard, Ibr., av s Wash'n av 1st h n Schuyler 
Rousseau David, mfr, X. Y.,,s s Elton (Jtli li e Morris av 
Rosencrans Eli, varnisher, \v s (Jourtland av 1st h s Governeur 
Roche Claude, furrier, n s G(^verneur 2d h av ^torris av 
Roubicek LudAvig A., hardAvnrc, >, s Benson "tli li av Court- 
land av 
Rodney Michael, liquors, av s 3d av 1st h e William 
Rodenheiser John, moulder, a\^ s 3d av 2d h n Elton 
Roland Wm., butcher, av s Wash'n av 3d h n See«jnd 
Roland Peter, butcher, av s 3 av 2d h s Henry 
Roth John, carpenter, n s Elton -Ith h av 3d av 
Rothe Louis, shoe mkr, n s Mott 1st h av 3d av 
Rothe William, iron railings, nee Mott ct Courtland av 
Russell Mrs., Avid., e s Forest av 1st li s Wall 
Russell Lorenzo, printer, N. Y., n s Home opp Villa pi 
Russell Laura, Avid., e s Willis av 1st h s 14(>th 
Russell Fred. E., clerk, s s Milton 2d k av Courtland av 
Ruser Fred., As^heelwright, av s R R av 5th h s Eiglith 
Ruck Fredericka. Avid., dress mkr, nee William tS: Court- 
land av 
Rudolph August, cooper, s s Waverly 3d h av Courtland av 
Rudolph Martin, shoe mkr, n s Springfield 3d h av 3d av 
Ruff John, mason, n s Milton 4th h av Wash'n av 
Rundell Wm. H., ice, s s Second 1st h w Wash'n av 
Rumble Wm., surveyor, office n s Fifth opp Post Office, res 

3d av opp Third 
Rumble ^Irs. Elizabeth, n s Fourth 1 st h e R R av 
Rutler Abram, dry goods, N. Y., s s 1 36th 2d h e Alexander av 



86 MOEEISANIA DIRECTORY. 

Itunge Adah, artist, e s 8d av od h n 144th 

Huddiinan Wni., furniture, w s 8d av '2d h s Mott 

Rungin Charles, clerk, N. Y., n w c M av & Edsell 

Eimge John F., artist, s s Garden 8d h w College av 

Kutten Jolm, carman, n s Schuyler 1st li e Morris av 

Eudden Edward, Ibr., n s Elton 2d h w Morris av 

Euss William, tinsmith, n s Governeur 4th h e Morris av 

Eumpelton Frederick J,, clerk, e s M av 1st h w St. Ann's av 

Eyan Eichard, cari^enter, e s Wash'n av 4th h n Fourth 

Eyan John, mason, e s Wash'n av 4th h n Fourth 

Eyan Mrs., wid., e s Wash'n av 4th h n Fourth 

Eyan James, peddler, n w c Governeur & Morris av 

Eyan James, Ibr., s s Benson 4th h e Morris av 

Eyan AVilliam, Ibr., s s Benson 7 th he Morris av 

Ever Carl, mason, s s Schuyler 4th h e Courtland av 

s 

Sanger Fred., paiuomkr, N. Y., w s Clinton 2d h w Seventh 
Sandstein Samuel M., cigar mfr, N. Y., w s 3d av 8th h n 

Eighth 
Sanford Henry P., shoe mfr, w s Franklin av 4tli h s Sixth 
Sasche John, shoemkr, n s Milton 1st h e Courtland av 
Sasche Paul, tailor, n s Melrose 2d h e Courtland av 
Sauer Christoph., grocer, e s Wash'n av 4th h s Milton 
Sauvan John J., painter, w s Union av 2d h New 
Saiivan Henry, painter, n s First Sd h e Wash'n av 
Sauvan Eobert, mason, s s Ncav Bd h e Forest av 
Samson Adam, Ibr., w s Courtland av 4th h n Union 
Sackett Margaret, s s Findlay 2d h w Wash'n av 
Sayers John, grocer, s s Fifth 4th h e E E av 
Sayers Harry, carriagemkr, N. Y., s s New od h w Forest av 
Sanson John S., sup't. Janes & Kirtland's foundry, e s Eagle 

av 1st h s Westchester rd 
Sanson John S., jr., clerk, e s Eagle av 1st li s Westchester rd 
Sanson Eugene, clerk, e s Eagle av 1st h s Westchester rd 
Santos vfc Gibney, liquors, n w c od av & Concord 
Santos Joseph, stevedore, N. Y"., s s Mary 4th h w Courtland av 
Sautalini Antoine, Ibr., s av c 8d av & Smeeman 
Sadlier Denis, publisher, N. Y"., Wilton 
Samuels S. Capt., n w c Passage av &■ 148d 
Saxton Harriet, school, n s loOth od h e M av 
Salmon Patrick, gas titter, s s Willow pi 2d h w College av 
Sanderson M., wid., n s Garden 7th h w College av 
Sauter Jacob, butcher, e s Courtland av 2d h a Courtland av 



MOREISANIA DIRECTOEY. 87 

Sauter Vincent, carpenter, w s Courtland av 3d h s Springfield 
Sauter John, tailor, n s Prospect 7th h e Courtland av 
Sauter Louis, carpenter, s s Melrose 5th h e Courtland av 
Saunders Simon M., mer., N. Y., e s Pranklin av Gth h n 

Seventh 
Saunders Benj., g-ardener, n s Findlay 3d h e Courtland av 
Saunders Benj,, cutter, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Seventh 
Saunders Ann, laundress, n s Schuyler 9th h e Courtland av 
Saunders Catherine, n s Melrose f^th h e Courtland av 
SANGUINETTI J. B., MERCHANT TAILOR, FORMERLY 
CRONEY, LENT & CO., 753 BROADWAY, N. Y., s w 
c Elton & Courtland av 
Scott Emma, laundress, s s Melrose 8th h w AVash'n av 
Schwenk John, carver, N. Y., s s Springfield Gth h e Court- 
land av 
SchaAvannecke Henry, physician, nee Springfield & Court- 
land av 
Schledorn Henrietti, wid., n s Springfield 2d h e Courtland av 
Schulter David, painter, sec Mary & Courtland av 
Scherbert Frank, mason, e s Courtland av 1st h n Schuyler 
Schaelles Henrv, tailor, n s Schuvler 3d h e Courtland av 
SCHMIDT HENRY, liquors, s e c Grove & 3d av 
Schmidt John F., pianomkr, N. Y., s s Melrose 3d h e Ter- 
race pi 
Schmidt George, fiour & feed, N. Y., n s Waverly 1st h w 

Courtland av 
Schmidt George, mason, n s Findlay 4th h ^v Wash'n av 
Schmidt Richard, Ibr., s s Mary 1st h w Courtland av 
Schmidt Jo]m, crockery, e s 3cl av 2d h n 147th 
Schmidt Charles, mason, n s 147th 1st h e 3d av 
Schmidt Barbara, wid., s s Benson 2d h e R R av 
Schmidt John, Ibr., s s Milton 5th h av Wash'n av 
Schmidt Adam, tailor, n s Prospect Gth h e Courtland av 
Schmidt Henry, car builder, av s Wash'n av 3d h s Third 
Schmitt John, Ibr., sec Tinton av & Pontiac 
Schmitt Moritz, pianomkr, N. Y., s s Uncas 1st li e Robbins av 
Schmidt Henry, painter, n s Prospect Gth h e Courtland av 
Schmidt Henry, finisher, n s Schuyler 8th h w 3d av 
Schmidt Joseph, Ibr., av s Wash'n av 1st h n Schuyler 
Schmidt Felix, tailor, n s Springfield 4th h w 3d av 
Schmitt Adam, tobacconist, e s 3d a\' 2d h n Rose 
Schulze Charles, sash & blinds, s s Springfield 7th h w 3d av 
Schulz John, butcher, n av c Findlay & Courtland av 
Schulz Julia, seamstress, av s Courtland av 2d h s Springfield 
Schulz Fred., tailor, s s Fifth 1st h a\^ 2d av 



m- MOKKISANIA DIBECTORY. 

tSchulz Casper, butclier, N. Y., n w c Wasli'n av & Second 
iScharf Keiuhard, iiiacliiiiist, n s Schuyler Htli li e Coiirtland av 
kSchlcifer George, cig-annkr, n s Elton lid h w od av 
JSchanz Emil, Ibr., s « Elton Sth li w 3d av 
Schwabius George, varnisher, 8 s Schuyler Iht h w Court- 
land av 
Scheifele John, book binder, N. Y., n s Elton '2(\ h e Morris av 
Schefiier John, Hhoenikr, s s Elton oth h e Morris av 
Schlunii) Henry, pianonikr, s s Elton 7th h e Morris av 
Schrenck Andre^\', carpenter, s e c Governeur & Courtland av 
Schlaehter Elizabeth, wid., niiUiner, sec J)eninan & Court- 
land av 
Schott John, tailor, s s Governeur 4th h w Courtland av 
Sclu'llung Philip E., Ibr., s s Dennian '2d h e Morris av 
Schrader William, grocery, nee Willis av & 145th 
Schnap Ciiristian, carpenter, s s 144th 1st h w Willis av 
Schaninier Frederick, s s 142d Oth h w Willis av 
Schiebler Jacob, cai-penter, e s AVillis av 2d h s 14(Jth 
Schilling John H., grocery, w s 8d av 2d h n Courtland av 
Schetzler Andrew, e s od av 5th h n 14(Jth 

Schrictzloner Henry, clerk, N. Y., s s Cottage loth h w Col- 
lege av 
Schuh Frederick, saloon, o s 3d av 8d h n lo4th 
Schneidle Antoin, saloon, nee 147th «Iv: 8d av 
Schopper Henry 13., sewing machines, e s 8d av 5th h n 147th. 
Scotiold Ann, wid., w s od av Gth h s Mott 
Schatier Christian, Karls' Park, e s Petreat av bet 147th & 

Henry 
Schalfer William, manager, e s Petreat av bet 147th & Henry 
Scliafer I'eter, uianomkr, s s S])ringlield '2d h e Morris av 
Schafer Michael, Ibr., s « Schuyler 8d h w Wash'n av 
Schafer W' illiam, tailor, w s 3d av 3d h s Milton 
Schatier Jacob, blacksmith, N. Y"., n s Third 1st h w 3d av 
Schafer John, cigarmkr, s w c Gerard av & Juliet 
Shat'er ^lartiu, s s William 3d h e Courtland av 
Shafer Seuferth, mason, n s Governeur 4th h w 3d av 
Schaefer George, builder, e s Franklin av 2d h n Eighth 
Schledom Charles, lithographer, N. Y., s w c Mott & Com*t- 

land av 
Schh^dom Juhus, lithographer, N., Y., s w c Mott *S: Court- 
land av 
Scranton W. B., broker, N. Y., s s :Mott 5th h w College av 
Schulbery, Fred., Ibr., a s Denman 2d h o ^Morris av 
Schaonbuer Anton, carpenter, e s P P tw 2d h n Denman 
Schafner Fred., caq^enter, s h Dennum 2d h e P P av 



MORRISANIA DIRECTOKY. x9 

Schussler Kaspar, saloon, e s Courtland av 1st h n Benson 
Schillhorn Richard, teamster, w s 'Id av tith h s Milton 
Schuarman Louis, barber, e s 8d av J>d h s Grove 
Schussler Ferdinand, cigar mfr, e s od av 1st li n West- 
chester rd 
Schlosser Gebhard, tailor, e s oil av Ut li s DcuiiiavL 
Scliool Louis, butcher, sec Gerard *fc 8d av 
Schwarz Margaret, Avid., s s Melrose 0th h \\- Wash'n av 
Schwartz Joseph, saloon, e s od av Ith h s Jlenry 
Scarderfield Henry, gilder, N. Y., s s Lensori Iwt h w od av 
8chubz Catliarine, wid., n w c Mott <t Courtland av 
Scherding Christian, butcher, e s od av od h n Grove 
Schoppaul Christian, butcher, e s Courtland av 1st h n Mary 
Schilling Fred., Ibr., s s Milton 5th h e Courtland av 
Schauferberger Frederick, shoemkr, s s Milton Ist ii w Court- 
land av 
Schiet Caspar, tailor, n s Prospect 2d h m' Courtland av 
Schott Jacob, pianonikr, n s Prospect Hd h w Courtland av 
Schoenleber Andrew, baker, w s Courtland av 1st h n Melrose 
Schrutel Jacob, milkman, s s Melrose 1st h e Courtland av 
Sohuhman George, carpenter, s s Melrose 1st h e Courtland av 
Schuhman Andrew, saloon, sec Melrose & Courtland av 
Schuman Jacob, apothecary, e s 8d av Gth h s Rose 
Schiesser John, shoemkr, n s Melrose 1st h e Courtland av 
Schepp John, vinegar, n s Melrose lid h e Courtland av 
Schunk Simon, peddler, s s First Hd h w R R av 
Schroff' John G., shoemkr, s s First 7th w R R av 
Schroff Charles T., painter, n s First 1st h w R R av 
Schubert John, framer, s s First 2d h e Courtland av 
Schaup Isadore, Ibr., s s William oth h w Wash'n av 
Schroeder Adam, musician, w s Wash'n av Ist h n Melrose 
Schroder August, cigannkr, n s First 1st h e Wash'n av 
Schroder George, cigarmkr, e s 3d av Ist h n Governeur 
Shroeder John F., grocery, n w c College av & Garden 
Schroeder Benj., Ibr., s s William Gth h w Wash'n av 
Schroeder John, gardener, s s William Gth h w AVash'n av 
Schertel Andrew, tailor, n s Courtland av 2d li s Findlay 
Schneider George, tailor, s s Waverly 4th h e Courtland av 
Schneider Christian, cabinetmkr, s s Waverly 2d h w Courts- 
land av 
Schneider William, caii)enter, s s Waverly 2d h w Court- 
land av 
Schneider Jacob, mason, c Sixth & Union av 
Schneider Julius, joiner, sec Elton «& Morris av 
•Schneider John, Ibr., n 8 Schuyler 1st h e Courtland av 



90 MORRISANIA DIRECTORY. 

Schneider George, Ibr., n a Schuyler 5th h e Courtland av 
Schneider Charles, skewers, e s Courtland av od h n Mott 
Schneider Fred., blacksmith, w s Courtland av Isth n Melrose- 
Schneider Charles, pickle mfr, n e c R li av & Wash'n av 
Schneider Louis, mer., N. Y., s w c Fulton av & Fifth 
Schowppe Augustus, pianomkr, N. Y., w s Clinton 3d h n 

Seventh 
Schender Adam, watchman, w s 3d av 2d h n Eighth 
Schweir Wra., grocer, w s 3d av 2d h s Third 
Schumacher Otto, Ibr., w s Retreat av 4th h s Grove 
Schumacher John, engr., w s 3d av 3d h s Eighth 
Schatzle Anton, Ibr., w s 3d av 2d h s Third 
Schnaufer C. H., butcher, nee 3d av & Spring pi 
Schoeppler ISIicks, shoemkr, s e c 3d av & Spring pi 
Schoustal, cigarmkr, n s R R av 1st h e AVash'n av 
Schul Charles, harness mkr. w s 3d av Ttli h s Fifth 
Schuyler Spencer, mer., N. Y., e s 3d av bet Cliff & Fii^st pi 
Scheurmann Philip, shoemkr, nee Wash'n av & Seventh 
Schoettle Fred., dairy, w s R R av 2d h n Fifth 
Schonduev Andrew, mer., N. Y., w s Wash'n 3d h }i Seventh 
Schlosler George, nee Seventh & Wash'n av 
Schappert Henry, carver, n s Second 1st h e AVash'n av 
Schwatz August, wheelwright, sec Retreat av & Gerard 
Schmeder A., Ibr., s w c Union av & New 
Schellkopf Jacob, Ibr., nee 156th & Carr av 
Schwab Fred., carpenter, e s Tinton av 3d li n Uncas 
Schwab Adam. Ibr., N. Y"., w s Wash'n av 1st h s Prospect 
Scliwab August, cabinetmkr, w s Robbinsav 1st h s Lexington 
Schellenberg !Moritz, wheelwright, s s Pontiac 2d ]i e Tin- 
ton av 
Schwinge John, n w c Tinton av t^ Uncas 
Schwinge Albert, driver, n w c Tinton av & Uncas 
Schmieder Xaver, watchman, w s Robbins- av 5tli h n Wi' 

Railroad 
Schmieder Lorenz, tailor, sec Donman & Courtland av 
Schmiederer Michael, saloon, w s 3d av 2d h n Van Stoll 
Seals Hiram, boots &. shoes, N, Y., w s Boston rd 4th h n Fifth 
Seip Wm., brewer, n s Eighth 2d h e 3d av 
• Seitz Amer, saloon, w s 3d av 3d h n Eighth 
Seiber Wm., leather findings, w s 3d av 1st h s Eighth 
Seifelder Michael, tailor, n s Findlay 1st h e Courtland av 
Seiler Joseph, peduler, nee Robbins av & Uncas 
Seemann Hermann, crockery, n s l^ncas 1st h e Robbins av 
Seiz Gotlib, currier, e s Retreat av (Jth h n Westchester rd 
Seiz Charles, currier, e s Retreat av Gth h n Westchester rd 



MORRISANIA DIEEOTORY. 91 

Seling John, weaver, n s 144tli 9th h e od av 

Searing Joseph, fireman, Port Morris 

Seward Wni. A., painter, s s Cottage 4th h w College av 

Sears Peter J. harness, e s 3d av 3d h n S Boulevard 

Sears James C, porter, N. Y., s s Mary 3d h e Courtland av 

Semel Louis, mer. tailor, w s 3d av 3d h n Courtland av 

Seufert Mary, wid., laundress, e s Courtland av 2d h n Mary 

Seufert Charles, conductor, sec Main & College av 

Seeder August, tailor, n s Schuyler 7th h w 3d av 

Seuferth Joseph, painter, s s Schuyler 7th h e Courtland av 

Seuferth John, gardener, e s 3d av 5th h s Henry 

Seybold Frederick, framer, n s Schuyler 5th h w Courtland av 

Seabold Margaret, wid., w s E R av 3d h s Wash'n av 

Seikes Christopher, carpenter, n s Benson od h w Morris av 

Seidl Wulfgang, trimmings, w s 3d av 3d h s Milton 

Shappert Lewis, blacksmith, n s Second 2d h e Wash'n av 

Shots George, baker, n s Second 3d h w 3d av 

Sheldon Gaylor, n s Ella 2d h e Morris pi 

Sheldon Clarence, n s Ella 2d h e Morris \)l 

Sheldon Augustus, n s Ella 2d h e Morris pi 

Sheldon I)., mer., Is". Y., n s Ella 3d li e Morris pi 

Shaw Henry W., artisan, Ts. Y., w s Morris pi 1st h s Helen 

Sheeren James, Ibr., e s Tinton av 1st h n Wr Railroad 

Sheeren James, plasterer, e s Tinton av 1st h n Wr Railroad 

Sheeren John, lathing, e s Tinton av 1st h n AYr Railroad 

Sheehan Patrick, horseshoer, e s 3d av 5th h n Fifth 

Shrempt John, brewer, s s 145th 3d h w Clifton av 

Shaw Lucinda, dressmkr, e s Willis av 1st h s 146th 

Schnette Henry, Ibr., Port Morris 

Shewell James, Ibr., Port Morris 

Shewart Margaret, grocery, n s Cottage 7th h w College av 

Sheriff Richard, foreman, n s Cottage 19th h w College av 

Sharkey John K., hardware, e s 3d av 4th h n 8 Boulevard 

Sheppard Antoine, express, n s Edsell 3d h w 3d av 

Shepperd Frank, peddler, s s First Stli h w R, R av 

Shaffen Patrick, Ibr., w s 3d av 1st h n Edsell 

Shay Tim., Ibr., n av c Seventh & Fulton av 

Shay Michael, Ibr., Port Morris 

Shay John W., iron foundry, N. Y., .^ s 13<Stli 2d h e St. 

Ann's av 
Shellaberger Anton, book binder, N. Y., e s Courtland av 2d h 

n Schuyler 
Shellaberger Matthew, teamster, n s Schuyler 5th h w (Court- 
land av 
Shuhenz Gindar, cigarmkr, s s Schuyler 1st h w Wash'n av 



^2 M011RI8ANIA DIRECTORY. 

Sliutto Aup:ust, «2;rooer, s o c Govorneiir »& Courtland av 
»Sliatzabel llerinaii, blacksmith, n e e Benson & Courtland av 
*Shaui) Andrew, lithographer, N. Y., n s Molt 0th li w Court- 
land av 
Sheridan IJartlioh'mew, contractor, n w c Courtland av & Tel- 
ler pi 
Slieridan James, mason, s s Denman 1st h w jSEorris av 
Sheriden James, ll)r., o s ('linton av 1st h s Jefferson 
Slieridiin Jolm, Ibr., n o c William & Courtland av 
Slierwood Geo. ¥., carpenter, av s Clinton 1st h n Seventh 
Slierwood Henry A., builder, av s Hd av 3d h s Sixth 
Slier \voc»d ISIrs. Mary A., fancy store, w s 3d av 8d h s Sixth 
Sherwood R. R,, crockery, n w c AVash'n av & Seventh 
Sherwood Niles, carpenter, n s Seventli 1st h w Clinton 
Sherwood Geo. E., biiilder, n s Sev(?ntli 1st h w Clinton 
Slierwood Silas B., carpenter, n s Ei<>;lith 4th li w Wash'n av 
Sherwood Cliauncey, carpenter, s s Fourtli od h e R R av 
Slierwood AV. H. H., keeper, nee Gerard av & Juliet 
Sherwood S. J., s w c Cedar &, Walton av 
Sherwood Alatilda. wid., n s Cottage 7th h w College av 
Sherwood Thomas, mason, s s Benson 1st h w Morris av 
Shultz Fred., Ibr., e s Forest av 3d h n New 
Sherring Jacob, gardener, e s 3d av 5th h s Fifth 
Sheack Fhillip, butcher, e s 3d av 1st h n Spring pi 
Shandly Michael, Ibr., e s R R av 1st h s Second 
Shears Jacob, e s R R av 1st h s Second 
Shell George, toy nifr, e s R R av ()th h n Fifth 
Sliets George, gardener, e s 3d av 2d h s Sixth 
Shoert Martin., umbrella repairer, w s R R av opp Seventh 
Shi«d John, carpenter, w s Fulton av 3d h s Eighth 
Shiel ICdward, coachman, n w c Courtland av »S: AVavorly 
Sheiflen IMiili]), w s Fulton uv oth li s Sixth 
Shop Joseph, Ibr., w s Courtland av 2d h s Milton 
Short Wm., gilder, N. Y., n »> c William ».t AVash'n av 
Short ( 'harles, gilder, N. Y., nee Wilham & Wash'n av 
Sheringer Alicliael, stair builder, s s Union 3d h e Courtland av 
Shields John, Ibr., s s William 4th h e Courtland av 
Shelbert Anne, laundress, w s Wash'n av 1st li n Milton 
Shlichmayer David, ])rewer, s s Sixth 1st h w 3d av 
Sheak Tlieo. A., clerk, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 1st h s Eighth 
Shea Richard. ll)r., nee Vir Railroad & Tinton av 
Si(^r(;k ( 'harles W., painter, n s Eiglith 2d Ii e 3d av 
Sigel Wm., driver, o s 3d av 2d h s Seventh 
Sigel Jacob, engr., e s 3d av 2d h s Seventli 
Sigel Franz, e s av B 1st h s Cliff 



MOliKISANIA DIRECTOKY. 9a 

^imondes Alonzo D., agent, N. Y., e s Franklin av i!d h n 

Seventh 
Sinclair Mrs. Selina, milliner, e s Franklin av 2d h 8 8eventli 
Sinheimer Z., tailor, sec od av & Spring pi 
Simmons George, gardener, av s »id av 4th li n SixtJi 
Siering Niegand, tailor, n s AVaverly Sth h n Wasli'n av 
Simpson AVilson, pawnbroker, N. Y'., n ^v c Cedar cS: Sprinf^; 
Singer Antony, n s Ella ik\ h e Morris pi 
Siller Herman, teamster, s s 145tli otli h v,- Mill Urook 
Simons George B., carpenter, n s 1 4'Jd 1st h e od av 
Sidney Oliarles, rubber goods, N. Y'., n s lo4t]i 1st Ir w 

Willis av 
Sienies Louis, butclier, w s ^>d av (3tli li n Concord 
Siebold John, bridge tender, n s Mott '2d h av 8d av 
Simmer Samuel, butcher, s s iJiltli '2<l h e St. Ann's av 
Singer JSIartin, cooper, n s Sjiriugfield 1 st h e Courtland aA^ 
Sichling Philip, painter, n s Melrosr od h av Wash'n av 
Sichling Michael, butclier, n e c J)eniiiaii cNJ Courtland a\ 
Sikenthaler Henry, painter, n s Elton lid h w ."id ax 
Siegman Karl, painter, n s Elton Dtli li av ;)d av 
Sienmiering Jolm, grocer, n s Schuyler (Hh h (^ i\[orris av 
Skane John, gardener, h av c l-'ranklin nx ik Eiglith 
Skellon James, plumber, n s Gerard '2d h c Ivctroat aA" 
Skelley William, contractor, n s I4()th 1st h e '-kl av 
Sicven Patrick, pahiter, n s I'nion Ttli li e Courtland av 
Slodon Michael, ll)r., av s (-ourtland iiv ')d ii n Union 
Sloane Wm., Avaiter, e s \Valton av ^Id h s Ella 
SloAor John, Ibr., Port i\[orris 

Sliet l£enrv, cabinetinkr, s s Springhrld ^'dh h p ( 'ourtland av 
Slink ert .Vntliony, Ibr, s s J^lton, 4tli li e ^torris av 
Slattery Thomas, Ibr., n s Denman 1st h e R ]( av 
Slattery Ellen, Avid., J'ort Mon-is 

Slatterj- Thomas, Ibr., s s Lexington 1st h e llobbins av 
Smith Louis, broAver, n s J''ighth 1st h e od av 
Smith James, boarding liouse, av s ^>d av 4th li u l^ighth 
Sniith Geo. H., s e c ^M aA' & J'^iflli 

Smith Alfred B., luerchaut, e s od av bet ('litt' «1- First pi 
Smith Ghauncey, lawyer, n e c A\'ash'n av c'c Fifth, r n e c U 

11 av «fc First 
Smith A\'m. S., insurance, n e c AV'ash'n av & Fifth, r n e c Iv 

E av .^ First 
Smith AndreAv, carpenter, av s II II av opp Seventh 
Smith Michael C., builder, N. Y'., s s Se\'enth opp Clinton av 
Smith John R., stone cutter, av s Courtland av 2d h s Waverly 
Smith John, gardener, av s Wash'n av 1 si h s Prospect 



m M0RRI8ANU DIRECTORY. 

Smith Warren W., conductor, nee Wash'n & Milton 
Smith Tliomas ]5., (Rev.,) w s Wasli'n av let h n Third] 
Smith W., bookkeeper, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 1st h n Third 
Smith Jas. A., w s Wash'n av 1st li n Third 
Smitli Mrs. Sarah A., fancy store, w s Wasli'n av 1st h n 

Seventh 
Smith George, clerk, N. Y., e s Wash'n av 4th h n Seventh 
Smith Nich., gardener, n s Westchester rd 1st h w Union av 
Smith John, Ibr., w s av C 2d h s Cliff' 
Smith Elizabeth, grocer, s s 14(3th 2d h e od av • 
Smith Sarah, wid., s s 146th 2d h e 3d av 
Smith Soloman P., carpenter, n s 142d 1st h e 3d av 
Smith AViUiam, builder, s s 141st 1st h w Willis av 
Smith Peter, grocer, w s 3d av 4th h n Garden 
Smith George, plumber, e s 3d av 2d h s 145th 
Smith John, gardener, s s 135th 2d h e St. Ann's av 
Smith J. E., printer, N. Y., n s Main Gth h e R R av 
Smitli Frederick, peddler, n s Concord 1st h w College av 
Smith John C, house smith, n s Mary 7th h e Courtland av 
Smith Jolm J., shoe mkr, n s Melrose 4th h w Wash'n av 
Smith John, Ibr., s s Elton 2d h w Morris av 
Smith John, painter, n s Elton 2d h w Courtland av 
Smith Jolm, Ibr., s s Denma,n 2d h \v Morris av 
Smith Wm. 0., newspapers, e s 3d av Gth h s Westchester rd 
Smith John, gardener, n s Mott 2d h w Morris av 
Smith Mary, wid., laundress, n s Mott 5th h w Courtland av 
Snyder Jolm, tailor, e s Fulton av 1st h n Fifth 
Snyder Robert, tailor, w s R R av Gth h s Eighth 
Snowden Eliza, wid., w s Fulton av 4th h s Eighth 
Snellgrove James, sexton, nee Findlay & Terrace pi 
Snovb John, Ibr., w s Robbins av 2d h s Lexington 
Snape James, carpenter, s s Melrose 4tli h w Wash'n av 
Sneckenberger Marcus, mason, sec Schuyler & R R av 
Sodeii Ann, seamstress, Wash'n av 1st h s Waverly 
Soesman Isaiah J., salesnian, N. Y., n s Prospect 8th h w 

Wash'n av 
iSolt Thomas, gardener, w s av B 2d h s Cliff 
Sohn John, grocer, s s Westchester rd 1st h e St. Ann's av 
Soth ^lichael, peddler, n w c 13Gth & Lincoln av 
Sohl Frederick, Ibr., e s 3d av 7th h s 13Gth 
Soule Charles E , lawyer, N. Y., e s Grove av 1st h n First 
Sobischik Anton, shoe mkr, n s Union av 1st h e R R av 
Sommerfield Anna, wid., w s R R av 1st h n Seventh 
Soicg E., cigar mkr, s s Seventh 1st he Fulton av 
Sobischek E., saloon, w s 3d av Ist h b Third 



MOBRISANIA DIRECTORY. 95 

South worth S. S., e s Wash'n av 1st h s Seventh 

Sonig Jacob, Ibr., n s Melrose 1st h w Wash'n av 

Sorgs John, mason, s s Springfield 1st h e Courtland av 

Specker Jacob, Ibr,, w s Second 1st hn Wash'n av 

Sponsel Andrew, hardware, e s 3d av 6th h s Fifth 

Spratley Henry, clerk, e s K R av 2d h s Eighth 

Spratley Mrs. Ann, e s R R av 2d h s Eighth 

SproU Seaman, brewer, n s Seventh 4th h e 3d av 

Sprague Valentine, n s Second 3d h w Wash'n av 

Spaeth John, music teacher, w s Wash'n av 4th h n Second 

Speck Adolph, music teacher, w s Wash'n av 3d h s Second 

Sporry Rudolph, Ibr., n s Carr opp Benson av 

Spilker Mrs. F., wid., s s 145th Gth h w Mill Brook 

Spindle Charles, shoe mkr, s s 144th 1st h w Willis av 

Spillner George, shoe mkr, w s 3d av 3d h n Garden 

Spaugenberg F., Walton av 1st h s Grove 

Spiehler Tony, saloon, w s 3d av 1st h s Lowell, r s s Lowell 

1st h w 3d av 
Spaulding Emma, wid., w s 3d av Gth h s Mott 
Sparrow William T., carpenter, n s Sprin<j;field 7th h w 3d av 
Spath Jacob, mason, s s Springfield 1st h e Courtland av 
Spangberg Jacob, Ibr., e s 3d av 5th h s Grove 
Spitz Richard, gunsmith, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Schuyler 
Strickler Henry, stone cutter, n s 144th Gth h e 3d av 
SterHng Richard, weigher, N. Y., n s 140th 2d h e Alex- 
ander av 
Sterling Hannah, school, N. Y., n s 140th 2d h e Alexander av 
Sterling ^Margaret, school, N. Y., n s 140th 2d h e Alex- 
ander av 
Stacey J., s s 140th 4th h e Alexander av 
Stonebridge Charles, watchman, n s 139 th 1st h W Willis av 
Stohl Joseph, carpenter, e s Willis av 3d h s 147th 
Streunne C. W., butcher, e s 3d av 2d h n 145th 
Still Stephen C. iron moulder, n s Cottage 3d h w College av 
Stumpf Bartholemew, n s Cottage 2d h e R R av 
Stevens James, Grove & Harlem River 
Stockell Andrew, e s Macomb av 2d h s Main 
Steinsmark Wm., s w c 3d av & Smeeman 
Steele George, plumber & gasfitter, e s 3d av 5th h n 139th 
;Stafford Frederick, physician, sec 140th & Alexander av 
.Stoul Henry H., broker, N. Y., e s Alexander av Gth h s 140th 
Stout Charles H., clerk, N. Y., e s Alexander av Gth h s 140th 
Stevenson Wm. N., s s Willow pi 1st h w 3d av 
Stradinger John, butcher, w s 3d av Gth h s Mott 
.Staff Karl, piano mkr, w s 3d av Gth h s Mott 



06 AfORUrSANTA THRKCTORY. 

f^t. Aiui'rt Epir^copiil ( 'hiirch, w s St. Aiin'M av 'id h n J>>>^tli 
8t. Msirv'rt Kpiscopal Church, h s Gardoii l.sl h w vid av 
Stoiii^Tt ,Tohn, earponter, n .s Elton r>tli h w -Jd av 
StcMiicrt Adam, Ijarber, w « Courtlarid av Ist hn Milton 
Sinnnif Henry, niasun, h s Mi^lrosc Uli h w AVasli'n av 
Stunjj)f' ( 'aspar, tailor, n >< Elton <)tli Ji w ^>d av 
8tuni]»f' Josi pli, mason, w s od av Jjd h n Elton 
8talil Curolin<', laundross, n s Mnry Sth li av Wash'n av 
Stalil Philip, clcv^yman, s 8 Springfield Ith h w od ua 
Stolat .IJun.s, piano mkr, n s Mary Stli h av AVasltn a\ 
Stoineckort Adam, piano mkr. o s C'ourtland av 1st h s Mel- 
rose 
Stofkdale ,loIin, -'arponter, s s Springfield 'Id h e Courtland av 
Sturtz ( 'hristopli, ])iano mlcr, .s s Springfield 1st k o ^lorris a^- 
Strnes .John, carpenter, N. V., n s Springiield r)th li e ]\[orris av 
Stickler John (.'., carpenter, av s Washington av lid h s Mary 
Stressinger I'eter J., s s Melrose r>tlL h e Conrtland a\- 
Stalanhurg Philip, n s Mary ^Id h av AV'ash.n av 
Stranh Aiiton, shoe mkr. n s Mary 'id h e Courtlajid nv 
Struckman .lohn, grocer, s av c Melrose »S: Conrtland aA 
Stuhlman .John, l)utcln'r. av s Courtland av 1st h s jSIary 
Strack Henry, })Utcher, av s (Vnirtland av Jst h s Mary 
Strr'ckfus Caroline, wid.. s s S})ringtield r>th h e Courtland av 
Stroh Jolm, locksmith, s s Elton iHh h av od av 
Staub .John, earpenter, n s Elton Sth h av od av 
•Strep .lohn. taih»r, s s iilton :>d li e Courtland av 
Stadmiller Jlenr\, gardcjier, n s Schuyler 1st h av Morris av 
Staat/l)erg August, carpenter, n s Schuyler 1st h e Morris av 
StellleAv Ignat/, jeweler, N. Y.. s s Elton 8th h e Morris av 
Stone John, stone cutter, s s Deunian r)th li av Courtland av 
STOLZ FL'ANCrS, tinsmith, e s 'M av 1st h n Pose 
Streid Alois, Ibr., e s ^>d av 2d h n Pose 
Stockert Frank, grocer, n s ISIott 'Id h av ^kl av 
.Steurer I>avid, eigar mlr, n s Mott od h w 'Ad av 
Sturm (hiirian, Itrass linisher, n s Mott 'id h e j\h)rris av 
Steinbaeh .1. W., slon(! cutter, av s Wasli'n av '2d h s AN'averlv 
Stark Madison, brush mkr, X. V., w s Wash'n av 'Jd li >> 

WaverlA 
Stark Christian, baker, e s -Wl a\ tth h n Pose 
Stark .Tdhn, wagons, !s s Kenson 2d h w -Id av 
Starke (.'aspar, harness, e s od av -Uh h s Westchester rd 
Stowart Isaac, waiter, X. Y., 8 s Milton 2d h e Courtland av 
Steinert Killian. carpenter, w s Courtland av 1st h n Milton 
Stein i'hilip, brass iinisher, a^- h Wasli'n av 1st h s i'rospect 
Stnphen Adam, saloon, ac 8 Wash'n av 2d h s Prospect 



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M0KRI8ANIA DIKE€TOBY. 97 

8tedman J. M., iron founder, 8 a Prospect Ist h w Wa.sh'n ar 

Stickert Henry, Ibr., n 3 Melrose -ith h e Courtland av 

8ternecker Fred., carpenter, nee Eindhy & Courtland ar 

Stokeni Elisha, police, N. Y., n e c Wash'n av & Milton 

Stokem Oliver, carpenter, nee Wash'n av & Milton 

8tacey Frederick, gardener, n s Wiiverly 6th h w Wash'n av 

Sternicker Greorge, gilder, N. Y., n e c Findlay & Courtland av 

Steed Joseph, w s Wash'n av '2d h n Sixth 

kStillman Edward, printer, r n s Sixth 1st h av Wash'n av 

STITJ.MAN JAMES, EDITOR & PUBLISHER AVEST- 

CHESTER COUNTY JOURNAL, n w c Wash'n av & 

Fifth 
Stockinger Andrew, dairy, e s Wash'n av 4th h n Second 
Sturges Chas. A\\, painter, N. \^, e s AVash'n av JJd Ji n 

Seventh 
Stroll John, saloon, n w c Wash'n av & Second 
Start jVL's. Henrietta, s s Second 1st h e R R av 
Strang! Joseph, cabinet mkr, w s Wash'n av Ith h s Third 
Stucke Louisa, washerwoman, n s 8d av 7th h s Fifth 
Stoughton Charles, tea broker, N. Y., nee Boston rd & Wall 
Stone AVni., stevedore, N. Y'., e s Forest av 8d h n Strong 
Stoker Richard, hide «S: Tallow, s ^\' c Wash'n «Jc R R avs r s s 

First pi 1st h e Boston rd 
Stinihauser Henry, In'ewer, n s Eighth 1st he od a^' 
Steaniberg Henry, saloon, w s od av od li n Eighth 
Still Iiol)t., e s od av 2d h s Eighth 
Straus B., machinist, e s -Ul av Ith h s Eighth 
Stewart John, sash 6: blinds, r e s Franklin av 2d h n Seventh 
Stewart «S: lUauvelt, sash «fc blinds, n s Sixth nr Wash'n av 
Stewart ALrs. jNtary, w s Wash'n av 5th h n Second 
Stewart T., merchant, N. Y., s w c Walnut av & Juliet 
Stroud Henry, merchant, X. Y., e s Franklin av Ith h s 

Seventh 
Stauss Edward, brewer, n s Fifth nr ^kl av, r w s od av • d h 

s Sixth 
Stauss Grabriel, brewery, n s Fiftlt 2d h w od av 
Steinmetz Yalentine, grocer, e s od av 1st h s Spring pi 
Stucke Herman, w s 8d av 1st h s Sixth 
Stab Adam, crockery, e s Terrace pi 2d h n Wr Railroad 
Stach lie wis, moulder, w s Rob bins av 5th h n AVr Railroad 
SUTTON THOMAS E., printer, s w c :Jd av & AVaverly, r n » 

Wall 1st h e Boston rd 
Sutton Charles J., saloon, e s 8d av 2d h n S. Pjoulevard 
Sutton Andrew J., gold beater, s s Edsell 1st h w od av 
Sullivan Thos., horseshoer, av s >>d av Itlih n Fifth 



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9H MOBRISANIA DIRECTORY. 

8ulUvau .Tosi^ph, w 8 R R av Ist }i s Eighth 

Sullivan Eugene, Ibr., ii s Wr. Railroad 2d h e Robbins av 

Sullivan John, teamster, N. Y., n s Mary 4th h e Courtland av 

Sullivan Charles, boarding house, e s R R av Ist h n Elton 

Sullivan James, Ibr., s s Governeur 2d h w Morris av 

Sullivan Matthew, Ibr., e s Morris av Ist h s Benson 

Sutter Frederick, tailor, e s iid av 6th h n 14(5th 

Suseman George, varnisher, e s Courtland av 1st h n Mary 

Suhre William, Ibr., n s Schuyler 6th h w 8d av 

Suttliffe Robert, shoemkr, n s Benson 1st h w Courtland av 

Svatoseh Joseph, cigar mkr, w s R R av 3d h s Wasn'n av 

Swift J. B., ship carpenter, N. Y., n s 140th 3d h e 3d av 

Swacjk John, teamster, s s 145th 1st h w Clifton av 

Swaitz Henry, barber, e s 3d av 5th h s 136th 

t^ann Mrs. Charlotte, dressmkr, n w c 3d av & Union pi 

Swift William, e s 3d av 4th h n 146th 

T 

Tappan Frank D., dentist, w s Boston rd 4th h s Seventh 
Tappan Francis, lawyer, N. Y., w s Boston rd 4th h s Seventh 
Taylor James 0., collector, e s 3d av opp Third 
Taylor William, dry goods, N. Y., n s Prospect 3d li w Court- 
land av 
Taylor James R. C. II., broker, s s Cottage 1st h e R R av 
Taylor E. F., actor, s s 138th 1st h w Home av 
Taylor Isaac C, grocer, s s Schuyler 4th h e Morris av 
Tacinette Francisco, butcher, N. Y., w s R R av opp Sixth 
Tallon James, saloon, w s Robbins av 1st h s Wr Railroad 
Teasdale Geo. R., hat block mfr, N. Y., n e <• l^oston rd & 

Home 
Teasdale Wm.. liat block mfr. N. Y., w s Fulton av 1st h n 

Fifth 
Terrall John, Ibr., e s Forest av 4th h n New 
Terhune David, carpenter, w s Wash'n av 3d h n Sixth 
Tekwerk Jos(^ph, cigarmkr, w s Wash'n av 1st h n Second 
Toxdor Joseph, shoemkr, nee Seventh & Wasli'n av 
Telh'r Richard H., n s William 3d h e Mrjrris pi 
Teadoro Stephen, groc»r, e s Robbins av 4th h n Uncas 
Teitch Alexander, carpenter, s s 145th 2d h av Clifton av 
Tenbrook Rcnsalaer, agent, s s 136th 1st h e Alexander av 
Teator Nicliolas, crockery, e s 3d av 6th h n 147th 
Terhune James, Ibr., 8 w c 3d av & Edsell 
Tenny Mary, wid., s s Elton 1st h w Morris av 
Thomas James, porter, N. Y., s s Mary 4th h w Wash'n av 



MOREISANIA DIEECTORY. 99 

Thomas Mrs. Margaret, e s R R av -Ith h n Seventh 
Thomaa Ferdinand, liquors, w s Courtland av 4th h s William 
Th(»mas John, w s 3d av 3d h n Main 
Thorburn Wm. M., ins., w s Forest av Ist h s George 
Thiel Bernard, blacksmith, N. Y., n s Eighth 2d h w Cot- 
tage pi 
Thiel Nicholas, mer. tailor, e s 3d av 2d li s 147th 
Thompson Hugh, boiler mkr, N. Y., n s Milton 3d h w Court- 
land av 
Thompson James, boiler mkr, N. Y., n s Milton 3d h w Court- 
land av 
Thompson Henry, porter, N. Y., n s Milton 1st h n 3d av 
Thompson Geo., Ibr., w s E, E, ap opp Sixth 
Thompson N. B., drugs, sec Westchester rd & Retreat av 
Thompson Jonathan, sec Westchester rd & Retreat av 
Thompson Fred., painter, e s av C 4th h s Cliff 
Thompson John, coachman, e s Walton av 2d h s Ella 
Thompson Rufiis J., bridge builder, n s Cottage 12th h w Col- 
lege av 
Thompson John, iron moulder, n s Henrick 1st h w 3d av 
Theis Michael, Ibr., e s Benson av 4th h n Westchester rd 
Thornhill Samuel, stair builder, s s 143d 4th h o 3d av 
Thurber George W., engraver, N. Y., n s 135th 1st h e Alex- 
ander av 
Thistleton Henry, carpenter, N. Y., nee 139th & 3d av 
TIMPSON THOMAS W., SUPERINTENDENT NATION- 
AL NEWS COMPANY, N. Y., w s Franklin av 3d h n 
Seventh 
Timpson Jared A., bookkeeper, N. Y., e s 3d av 1st h n Third 
Tibbs Miss Charlotte, dressmkr, e s 3d av 7th h s Eighth 
Timber John, shoemkr, n s Seventh 2d h e 3d av 
Tierney Patrick, liquors, w s Courtland av 6th h n Union 
Tierney John, mason, n s Elton 6tli li w Courtland av 
Tice John, driver, e s Benson av 1st h n Westchester rd 
Tierney er John II., grocer, s w c 3d av & Garden 
Tinker Julian, carriage lamps, N. Y., e s 3d av 5tli li n 14(>tk 
Tinken Richard, clerk, N. Y., w s 3d av 1st h s Edsell 
Tier James, butcher, s w e 3d av & Van Stoll 
Timms Benjamin J., e s Wash'n av 3d h s ^Melrose 
Tien Martin, shoemkr, s s Schuyler 5th h w Courtland av 
Timnions Paul, mason, s s Schuyler 2d h w ^Morris av 
Towart Mrs. Margaret, e s R R av 1st h n Seventh 
Toman Frank, tailor, s s William 4th h w Wash'n av 
Townsend Francis, hostler, w s Courtland av 1st h s Findlay 
Townsend Jas. F., carpenter, n s, Eighth 4th h w Wash'n av 



100 M0RRI8ANIA DIRECTORY. 

Townseiul Adeline, dres.smkr, w 8 College av Ist hn Concord 
Townsend Joliii, iron moulder, n s 144th 9th h e Willis av 
Townsend Egbert, Ijuilder, n s 142d 'Jd h e 'id av 
Towunend Sarah, laundress, s s Melrose 8d h ^v W'ash'n av 
Toop Julius, cabinetmkr, N. Y., n s Second od h e Wash'n av 
Tompkins AVarren T., lumber, N. Y., n s loiith .'vth ^h ^v- 

Willis av 
T<tmplvins David, iron moulder, n s Cottage llth k w JCol- 

It'ge av 
Tompkins Nicholas, shoes, ^v s 3d av 1st h s Milton 
Todd H. r>., ice, w s Macomb av 1st h n Van Stoll 
Tobin John, Ibr., I'ort Morris 

Toniier Nicholas, baker, sec Elton \S: Courtland av 
T'onner John, tailor, e s Courtland av 1 st h s Elton 
Tomo Anton, tailor, n s Governeur 3d h e (Jourtland av 
Tooubet John, carpenter, w s 3d av <)th h s Milton 
Tourney l^ridgct, wid., w s 3d av 13th h s JStilton 
Tomliuson Ixosanna, wid., s s Governeur 4th h e Morris av 
Trainer C)wen, Ibr., w s Forest av 'Id h n Strong- 
Trainer James, conductor, e s 3d av 4th h s Eighth 
Traynor John, painter, n w c Benson <S: Courtland av 
'I'rayuor Joseph, mason, s s Benson 5th h av Courtland av 
Tracy Mrs. Anna, drossmkr, n s Jelierson 1st li w Boston rd 
Travis JSLrs. Anna M., seamstress, w s 3d av 3d li s Sixth 
Travis Da^id Y., carpenter, n s Gerard 3d li e IJeireat av 
Trott Philip, e s E R av 1st n Seventh 
Trillcr Henry, carpenter, n s Milton ^)d h w \\'asii'n a\' 
Trod J''ritz, carpenter, s s ]\lelrose 1st h e ( 'ourtland av 
Truston Benj. 1.*., Ibr., s s Third -'kl li e 11 1' av 
Tiice Isadore, carriagemkr, s s Elton 1st h w 3d rx 
Tiinner John, cigar mfr, e s 3d av 2d h n (h'ove 
Trockel Josejih, tuilor, e s 3d av 3d h s Rose 
Truckcubrodt Casper, gardener, w s R R av 3d h s Seveuth 
Truckenbrodt Henry, gardener, n e v. Wash'n av & Second 
Trowbridge A\'m. ('., coal, N. Y., s s 13.')th .'>tli h e Alex- 
ander av 
Trowbridge A\'m. ( '., jr.. cierk, N. Y.. s s bvjth .")th h e Alex- 
ander a\' 
Turner John, carpenter, w s Boston rd opp AN'all 
Turner llenry, organ mkr, N. Y.. e s Terrace pi -d h n 

WaAcrly 
Turner AN'm., real estate, n e c AN'ash'n av & Eighth 
T'urner ^[artin J., mer., N. Y'., n e c Wash'n av & Eighth 
Turner l*et(^v, moulder, e s Robl>ins av 3d h n I'neas 
Turner AVilliam, teamster, w s 3d av 1st h n Eltou 



MORRISANIA DIRKCTORY. 101 

Turner Fred'k, grocer, w s 3(1 av t2d h s Willow pi, r n s 145th 

l?d h e 3d av 
Turner Malcolm, banker, N. Y., s w c Macomb av & Grove 
Turner Mary, wid., s w c Macomb av & Grove 
Turney A. M., teller, N. Y., e s R R av 2d n Seventh 
Turney William, stereotyper, N. Y., s s Waverly 1st h e Ter- 
race pi 
Turney Hugh, hostler, w s AVash'n av 3d li s Third 
Tuttle Josiah, gardener, e s R R av 7th h n Seventh 
Tuttle Joseph J., carman, e s R R av 7th h n Seventli 
Tuttle Albert F., gardener, s s New lid h w Union av 
Turpin Nelson (Rev.,) n s Milton 2d h e Terrace pi 
Tucker Henry, coachman, w s Courtland av 1st h s Findlay 
Tucker John, paper boxes, n s Schuyler 3d h w Courtland av 
Tuomey Edward, liquors, n s Westchester rd 3d h e Retreat av 
Tushy Thomas, Ibr., sec Denman & Moms av 
TURLEY DAVID, liquors, n w c 3d av & Garden 
Tuomy Michael, n s Edsell 8th h w 3d av 
Twing Alvi J., (Rev.,) n w c Seventh & Franklin av 
Twiggs Cornelius L., engineer, n s Prospect 6th h w Wash'n aT 
Tyrrell George, grocer, n s Edsell 5th h w 3d av 
Tj'rrell Thomas, Ibr., w s Courtland av 1st h n Findlay 
Tyre R. F., n s Concord 3d h w College av 
Tyrnan Edward, Ibr., e s Forest av 2d h n Strong 

u 

Ubelher John, tailor, n s William 3d h w Wash'n av 

Ubel Conrad, tailor, n s Waverly 2d h w Courtland av 

Ubley Adam, carver, n s First 1st h e Wash'n av 

Uble}' Michael, caiwer, n s First 1st h e Wash'n av 

CJdet August, drugs, w s 3d av 1st h s Main 

Uffelmann Richard, clerk, s s Fifth 1st h w 3d av 

IJhl John, clerk, N. Y., e s 3d av 6th h s 136th 

Uhls Frederick, saloon, nee Henry & 3d av 

Underwood Wm. J., blacksmith, s s Union 4th h w Wash'n av 

Underwood AVilliam, machinist, n s Union 7th h e Courtland av 

Ungeboch Jacob, butcher, w s Wash'n av 3d h n Second 

Underbill Abram. C, s s Catharine Ist h e Morris pi 

Underbill Daniel O., clerk, s s Catharine 1st h e Morris pi 

Upson Lucas, framemkr, s s 140th 1st h w Willis av 

Utter John, gardener, e s Robbins av 4th h s Lexington 

Ursuline Convent, n s Westchester rd nr Carr av 

Ursiadt George, milk, 8 s Schuyler 3d h w Wash'n av 

Urstadt Peter, ahoemkr, s 8 Schuyler 4th h w Wash'n av 



i&2 MORRISANIA DIRECTORY. 

Urstadt Tlonry, blacksmith, n h Elton M h w M av 
ITrstiMlt George, milk, e 8 .-Jd av Int h s Grove 
IJsheck John M., machinist, n h Mary r)th h e Courtland a\ 
Usher James, pianomkr, n s Uenman 3d h w 8d aT 
Uttemach Henrj , tailor, s s Elton i')th h w 8d av 

V 

A'an Horn John, base ball mfr, w s Boston rd opp Wall 

Van Horn George, w s Boston rd opp Wall 

Van Horn Thomas, w s Boston opp Wall 

Vanfleet Henry, printer, N. Y., e s Villa pi 2d h n George 

Van Cott Charlotte A., wid., n s Sixth 1st h e Fulton av 

Van Tine Samuel, collector, N. Y., s s Sixth 1st h w Franklin av 

Valentine Daniel 1)., bookkeeper, N. Y., w s Clinton lid h n 

Seventh 
Valentine Andrew J., soda water, s s Third 1st h w od av 
Vandorvoort Richard, mason, s s Sixth 4th h e Boston rd 
VanderUp Geo. M., merchant, N. Y., e s Grove av opp First 
Valois Edward, lithographer, s s Waverly 1st h w Courtland av 
Vagts John N., clerk, s w c Waverly & Courtland av 
Van Schaik Dominick L., pianos, s s Melrose od h w Court- 
land av 
Valor Wm., Ibr., s s Third od h w Wash'n av 
Vaughen Wm., liquors, n s Westchester rd 2d h e Retreat av 
Van Arden J. II., coal, N. Y., s s Seventh 1st h w Wash'n av 
Vance Tliomas, gardener, s s Fifth 4th h w 3d av 
Vance vSusan, dress mkr, n s Si^ringfield 9th h w od av 
Vandassan Valentine, upholsterer, n s Third 1st h e R R av 
Vankersen Edward R., carriage mfr, w s AVash'n av 1st h a 

Fifth 
Vanderest Geo. W., merchant, N. Y., n s Butternut av 1st h s 

EUa 
V'allender Charles, n s William od h e Morris pi 
Van Brunt I*. H., contractor, n s 143d 0th h w Willis av 
Van Cleef Margaret, n s 144th 2d h e 3d av 
Van Doren Charles A., lawyer, n w c Willow pi & 3d av 
Van Riper Cliarh's, hardware, w s 3d av 2d h n Main 
Van Riper J. P., w s 3d av 2d h n Main 
Van Felt A. IL, broker, N. Y., n s 134th 2d h w Willis av 
Vande water ( 'harles, diver. Port Morris 
Vandorbe»;k David, hotel, e s Macomb av 1st h w R R av 
Vanzjindt Mary, fancy goods, e s 3d av 2d h n 140th 
Vanzandt Henry, confectionery, e s 3d av od h n 140th 
Vasquez Ernst, cook, e s Robbins av 5th h s Lexington 



MORRI8ANIA BIREGTORY. WS 

Varian Charles, teamster, n s Main 5th h e li li av 

Vaupel Frank, varniaher, n 8 Springfield Ist h w Courtlandav 

Vant Charles, cabinet mkr^ s 8 Elton Gth h w 3d av 

Vakay George, carpenter, n s Elton 4th h w Court land ar 

Valine Andreas, shoemkr, e s Morris av 1st h s Governeur 

Vanduza James, peddler, n w c Mott & 8d av 

Verlander Philip W., w s Franklin av 1st h n Fifth 

Vester Charles, Ibr., w s 8d av 2d h n Seventh 

Vetter John, carpenter, n s Milton lat h w Courtland av 

Vetter Frank, blacksmith, s s Penman 1st h w Courtland av 

Venvill Wm., lawyer, N. Y., n w c Ella & Walnut av 

Veitch Richard, clerk, N. Y., n s 143d 3d h w Willis av 

Verplanck Louisa, s s 137th 1st h w S. Boulevard 

Vett John, engineer, s e c Springfield «& Courtland av 

Veth John, saloon, n s Schuyler 6th h e Courtland av 

Veth Jacob, saloon, n s Elton 4th li w 3d av 

Vine Joseph, furs, n s Governeur 2d h e Morris av 

Vollbracht Robert, bookkeeper, N. Y., n w e Cliff & Forest av 

Von Minden Reinhard, musical insts, N, Y., s s AVaverly 6th h 

w Wash'n av 
Volkommer Peter, feed, s s Prospect 1st h e Courtland av 
Volkommer Peter, store, sec (Courtland av & Prospect 
Vogn Jacob, carriage factory, n s Westchester rd 5th h e Re- 
treat av 
Von Gerichten & Stark, carriage repositor\-, v, s Willis av 2d h 

s 147th, mfy w s 3d av nrMott 
Von Gerichten Michael, e s 3d av 6th h s Henry 
Voss Henry, painter, s w c Springfield & Courtland av 
Vogler George, tailor, s s Elton 3d h e Morris av 
Vossing Clementina, wid., s w c Denman & 3d av 
Vreeland Charles W., grocer, w s 3d av 7th h s Eighth 
Vreeland H., clerk, n e c Franklin av & Sixth 

W 

Wakeling Joseph, florist, w s Union av bet Wall & Strong 
Wakeling Joseph W., florist, w s Union av bet Wall & Strong 
Wall John, Ibr., w s Union av 1st h s Strong 
Waddingham Geo., mason, s s Wall bet Union & Forest avs 
Watson & Turner, real estate, w s 3d av 2d h n R R av 
Watson Charles, tailor, n w c 3d av & Union pi 
Watson David, saloon, n w c Clifton av & 144th 
Watson Charles H., auctioneer & real estate broker, s s Wil- 
liam 2d h e Morris pi 
Walsh James, Ibr., s s Benson 1st h e Morris av 



104 MORIIISANIA M^ECTORY. 

Walnh Lawrence, peddler, e s M av 4i]\ h*: Henry 
Waterson Arthur, coUeetor, w s Cottage pi i«t h n Kighth 
Waterson Mary A., dressmkr, w s Cottage pi Isth n. Eighth 
Wait Edgar ¥., inerohaiit, X. Y., w s 'M av 1st h u First 
Wait Josei)h, printer, s s Prospect 2d hw Wash'n av 
Wagner Joseph, turner, s a Melrose 2d h w Courtland av . 
Wagner Daniel, baker, n s Cottage 2d h e It R av 
Wagner Mrs., dress mkr, e s 8d av 1st h s H4th 
Wagner John, })aker, w s Courtland av Hd h s 8priiiglield 
Wagner John, cooper, w s ^>d av 1 st h s Tliii'd 
Wagner Igrnatz, cabinet mkr, s s Findlay oth h w Wash'n av 
Wancick Kinsel, cigar mkr, w s *W av opp 8i)ring pi 
Ware Mr., n s Sixtli 1st h e Franklin av 
Warren Wm., miner, n s William 1 st h w Wasli'n av 
Wachter Christian, carpenter, n s Findlay 1st h av Wasli'n av 
Wakerler Margaret, seamstress, n w c Miltou & Wash'n av 
Wangelein Charles, cabinet mkr, n s Milton 2d li w Wash'ai av 
W^aldron Jacob, Ibr., e s Terrace pi 1st h n Melrose 
Walther John, u s tSecond 2d h e R R av 
Warner Edward, shoemkr, s s Third 2d h e Wash'n av 
Walkenshaw John, merchant, N. Y., n w c Ella & Morris pi 
Watenberry W., carriage mkr, e s av A 4th h s Clitf 
Waters James, n w c 188th & Alexander av 
Waters William, grocer, s s 140th 8d h w AVilUs av 
Waters John, surveyor, s s 140th 8d h w Willis av 
Ward Henry, glass cutter, N. Y"., e s Terrace pi 1st h s William 
Ward Benp, coachman, w s Robbins av 8d h n Wr Railroad 
Ward Caleb, R R av M h s A'an Stoll 
AVard I^ouis, nurse, N. Y., n s ^Melrose 2d h w Wash'n av 
Ward Julia, dress Tiikr, n s Elton 3d h w Mon'is av 
Ward Horace, hotel, R R av 3d li s Van Stoll 
Ward Andrew, Ibr., s s Benson 2d h w Morns av 
Ward Patrick, blacksmith, s s Benson 2d li w Morris av 
Warden James, R R av 3d h s Van Stoll 
Warner John, shoe mkr, s s Edsell 1st h w 3d av 
Walker Mary A., grocer, w s 3d av 4th h n Edsell 
Walker John, painter, w s 3d av 2d h s Van Stoll 
Warrimont Frank, e s Retreat av bet 147th & Henry 
Wall Samuel, lumber, N. Y., e s Alexander av 3d h n 13^h 
Wall T. S., architect, e s S. Boulevard opp Grove 
Walter Philip, tailor, n s Benson 3d h w 3d av 
Walter liOuis, Ibr., h s Springfield 4th h w 3d av 
Walter Charles, finisher, s s 143d 3d h e 3d av 
Walton Hiram, waiter, N. Y'^., w 8 Wash'n av let h n Spring- 
field 



MGRKISANI A DIRECTORY. 105 

Walter Louis, pardoner, s s Prospect 4th li w Wasli'n av 
Wallace Frank, painter, e s R R av 'Jd h n Schuyler 
Wallace John, painter, e s R R av Ist h n Schuyler 
Wallace Peter J., bookkeeper, N. Y., e s R R av Ist h n 

Schuyler ■ 

Wallace John, Ibr., s sDenman 11th h w C^ourtland av 
Wallace William, clerk, N. Y., n s 141st 3d h e Alexander av 
Wallace Thomas, postmaster, s w c 141st & Willis av 
AVallace John H., moulder, s s Melrose 3d h w Wash'n av 
Wallace Michael, machinist, n s Mott 1st h w College av 
W^ahl George, carpet weaver, e s 3d av lid h s Rose 
AV^eintz Conrad, carpenter, n s Mary 2d h w Wash'n av 
Werner Stephana, laundress, n s Springfield 6th h w 3d av 
Weinheimer Louis, tailor, n s Springfield 5th h e Morris av 
Weitz Anton, shoemkr, nee Schuyler & Courtland av 
Wetz Charles, machinist, s s Schuyler 8th h e Courtland av 
Weibert Charles, sash «fc blinds, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Mary 
Wenner Charles, carpenter n s Schuyler 4th h e Morris av 
Wetterer Anthony, ropemkr, s s Schuyler 7 th h e Courtland av 
Werner Caspar, shoemkr, n w c Waverh^ & 3d av 
W^ells James, e s 3d av 3d h s Milton 
Wells Jacob, w s 3d av lid h e William 

Wells John L., publisher, N. Y., w s Boston rd Ist h s Seventh 
Wells Emily A., w s Boston rd 1st h s Seventh 
Wells Peter, carpenter, N. Y., n s Main 3d h e R R av 
Wells AValter, cai-penter, N. Y., n s Melrose 3d h w Court- 
land av 
AVerthman Fritz, Ibr., m' s 3d av 1st h s Elton 
AVeitzel John, grocer, s w c Governeur & 3d av 
AVeitzel Henry, Ibr., s w c Governeur & 3d av 
AVein Charles, tailor, w s 3d av lid h n Mott 
Weisbrod Frederick, carpenter, n s Mott 7th h w Courtland av 
AVeis Martin, tailor, n s Melrose 7th h e Courtland av 
AVeis John, tailor, n 8 Melrose 8th h e Courtland av 
AVeiss John, dairy, e s R R av lid h n Fifth 
AVeise John, confectioner, N. Y., n s 144th 5th h e AVillis av 
AVeise George, carpenter, w s Retreat av 2d h s Henry 
AVESTCHESTER TIMES, D. B. FRISBEE, EDITOR AND 

PUBLISHER, 8 8 Fifth nr R R av 
AVESTCHESTER DEUTSCHE ZEITUNG, n s Milton nr 

Courtland av 
WESTCHieSTER COUNTY JOURNAL, James StiUman, 

editor and publisher, n s Fifth nr Wash'n av 
Wenz Charles, shoemkr, n s New lid h e Forest av 
Weed Augu»tu8 G., broker, N. Y., w e Villa pi 1st h n George 



100 MOBRISANIA DIBECTORY. 

Weber John, carpenter, nee Forest av & Ne\r 

Weber John, tailor, e 8 3d av '2d h s Eighth 

Weber George, brewer, e s 3d av 2d h s Sixth 

Weber Jacob, tailor, w s 3d av 2d h s Fourth 

Weber Peter, baker, N. Y., e s 3d av 2d h 8 Sprinqj pi 

Weber Jjouis, blacksmith, w s Fulton av 6th h 8 Eighth 

Weber George, shoenikr, e 8 Concord av 2d h s Lexington 

Weber Philip, saloon, e s 3d av 5th h s Grove 

Weikert Michael, gardener, e s 3.1 av 5th h s Fifth 

Weireter John, liquors, n w c 3d av & Fifth 

Westerman Henry, blacksmith, w s 3d av 6th h s Fifth 

Weinan Charles, Ibr., w s Franklin av 1st h n Seventh 

Wellig Frank, mason, s s William 2d h e Courtland av 

Welsh Thomas, Ibr., n s Teller pi 2d h w Courtland av 

Welsli Horatio C, brush mfr, s s Sixth 1st h e Boston rd 

Welsh James, Ibr., e s R R av 1st h n Elton 

Welch James H., revenue, N. Y., n e c 3d av & First pi 

Wentzler Louis, grocer, s s Milton 2d h w Wash'n av 

Wengler Andreas, mason, s s Milton 5th h w Wash'n av 

Weiner Joseph, tailor, w s Wash'n av 2d h n Melrose 

We^'man Charles, i)ainter, s s Melrose 2d h w Courtland av 

Weyand P., blacksmith, e s 3d av 5th h s Sixth 

Webber Fred., butcher, sec Wash'n av & Fifth 

Weiler Jacob, brewer, s s Sixth 1st h w 3d av 

Weiss Chas. J., jeweller, e s Wash'n av 3d h n Second 

Wessell Fred., Ibr., s s Third 3d h w Wash'n av 

Webster Wm., inventor, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Fourth 

Webster Joseph M., clerk, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 1st hs Fourth 

AV'ebster Stephen, mer., N. Y., e s Grove opp Second pi 

Webb Titus, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Fourth 

Westervelt P»enj., carriage trimmer, e s Wash'n av 2d h s Fiftle 

Werthof Mr., tailor, e s Eobbins av 1st h n Tineas 

Weberg Theodore, e s Benson av 3d h n West<jhester rd 

Wentling George, gardener, w s Butternut av 4th h s Ella 

Westerfield M'm. (Rev.,) e s Grove av 2d h n Cliff 

Weaton George, n s 1 42d 3d h e 3d av 

Weeks George S., nuisician, n s 140th 1st h w Willis av 

Weeks Helen, wid., s « 141 st Ist h w Willis av 

Weeks Dewitt ('., builder, e s Walton av 5th h a Ella 

Weeks Frank M., e s Walton av 5th h s Ella 

Weeks Charles A., painter, o s 3d av opp Third 

Weekly Marv, wid., miUiner, s w e Courtland av & Tliirdi 

Weldon John, Ibr., n w c Willis av & 144th 

Weldon John, gardener, w s Macomb av Ist h n Grove» 

West Caroline dry goods, w s 3d av Ist h n 145th . 



MORBISA^^IA DIEECIORY, 107 

West Francis, driver, n s First 1st h e li R ar 

Weirst Karl, Ibr., » w c 3d av & Smeeman 

Weisheimer John, Ibr,, w s od av 2d h n Henrick 

Whitty Anna, wid., w s Fulton av 4th h a Eighth 

Whittey Joseph, stair builder, n s William 4th li w Wash'n av 

Whitting Charles, tinsmith, s s Third 2d h w Wash'n a^ 

Whiting Mary, e s Walton av 2d h s Ella 

White Charles W., lumber, N. Y., e s Boston rd 2d h n Sixth 

White Joseph, engr., N. Y., e s Forest av 1st h s Strong 

White Wm. P., vender, w s Forest av 2d h s Wall 

White John, grocer, w s 8d av od h s Third 

White Edward Ij., w s od av od h s Third 

White James, iron finisher, n s Union 5th h av AVash' n av 

White Charles F., feed, s \v c Union & Wash'n av 

White Geo., whitewasher, N. Y., n s WaA erly 7th h w Wash'n av 

White James C. W., harness, n s Prospect 7th h w Wash'n av 

White Charles H., carpenter, n s Prospect 7th h w Wash'n av 

White Thomas W., harness, n s Prospect 7th h w Wash'n av 

White Charles, carpenter, w s Forest av M K s Cliff 

White Mrs., wid., e s av A 5th h s Cliff 

White Alexander, machinist, n s 144th 8d h e AVillis av 

White George, piano stools, n s 144th 3d h e Willis av 

VV^hite Randolph, piano mkr, N. Y., s s Mary 5th h w < 'ourt- 

land av 
Whealen James, plumber, n w c William & (Jourtland av 
Whealen Charles, plumber, n vf c William «& Courtland av 
Whealen J. & Bro., plumbers, n w c William & Courtland av 
Whealen Patrick, Ibr., e s Robbins av 4th h n Tineas 
Wheat Wm. J., painter, w s Courtland av Ist h n AVa^erly 
Whitcouski Julius, e s College av 1st h s Garden 
Whitman Jacob, moulder, s s Denman 8th h w Courtland av 
Wheeler John, teamster, N. Y., w s Courtland av 1st h s Bon- 
son 
Wilhelm Nicholas, mason, s s Mary 5th h e Courtland av 
Wilcox Henry C, sewing machines, N. Y"., n s Springfield 1st 

h e Morris av 
Wiegand Taugott, grocer, w s Courtland av 1st h s Springfield 
WilHs Samuel, whitewasher, n s Schuyler, 9th h w 3d av 
WiUis John H., painter, w s l^ R av opp Seventh 
Winder Philip, machinist, n s Schuyler 9th h e Courtland av 
Witt August, pianomkr., n s Schuyler 4th h e Courtland av 
Wilz Frank, tailor, s s Elton 4th h w 3d av 
Wismarth Michael, driver, s s Elton 2d h e Courtland n\ 
Williams Edward M., bookkeejier, N. Y., e s Yilla pi 1st h n 
George 



JOK MORRISANIA DiaiKCTORY; 

WJUiaiiiH Lemuel J., trav. agentj n s Schuyler 1st li w Court- 
land av 
Williams Josephine, Mid., laundress, h w c Schuyler & Conrt- 

land av 
Williams Charles," porter, "iv s Wash'n av 2d h n Schuyler 
Williams Henry, liquor, w s Boston rd opp Union av 
Williams Benj., driver, e s K K av 1st h s Second 
Williams John, Ibr., w s Courtland av 1st h n Union 
Williams Cornelius, carpenter, e s Wash'n av l->d h n Eighth' 
Williams Jas. H., porter, N. Y., n s Third "Id h e li P. av ' 
Williams James (Kev.,) n s 144th 1st li e Willis av 
Williams Frederick, bakery, w s o«l av 'id h n Bronx 
Williamson Smith, clerk, sec ColU^ge av »S: AVillow pi 
Williamson llug-h, tinsmith, e s AVasli'n av 1st h s Melrof^e 
Winter John, tailor, n s Governeur 4th h w ( 'ourtland av 
Wiell John, Ibr., w s Hd av oth h s Milton 
Wllhelm John A., tailor, e s 3d av 4th h s Grove 
Wichner Conrad, Ibr., n s ^Mott 4th h w od av 
AVinigen Henry, carriage mkr, n s Mott 3d h w itorrls av 
Wink Martin, shoomkr, e s Courtland av 1st h n Mott 
Wiley Joseph, grocer, w s Boston rd 1st h s Jefferson 
Wild James, s w c Boston rd k Seventh 
Wilsey Edward, paper hanorer, e s Forest av lid h s George 
Wilkenson Gef)rge, clerk, w s od av 3d h s Sixth 
Wiswell Horatio, pianomkr, Brooklyn, n s Eighth 1st h w Cot- 
tage pi 
Wilson Mrs. Anna, e s II R av Sth h n Seventh 
Wilson James, stone-cutter, e s Wash'n av 1st h s Melrose 
AVllson Gilbert, clerk, s s 14lid 6th h w Willis av 
Wirth John, cigarmkr, w s R R av 3d h s Eighth 
Wilkins Theodore, upholsterer, N. Y., w s Fulton av ^)t\\ h n 

Fifth 
Winkler Nicholas, shocmkr, s s William 1st h e Courtland av 
Wibben Henry, mason, n s Waverly 6th h e (courtland av 
Wiberly Thomas, mfr, e w R R av 3d h n Fourth 
Wiberly Thomas J., clerk, e s R R av 3d h n Fourth 
Windemuth George (Rev.,) e s AVash'n av 6th h s Milton 
Windish Frederick, Ibr., n s Wilham 'Jd h e Courtland av 
Wicks Thomas, n s First lid h w 3d av 
Wiltshaw Wm., painter, s s Third 3d li w Wash'n av 
Wilt AVm. li., planer, sec Eighth & Wash'n av 
Witter Ik-nj., brewer, w s av A 4th h s Cliff 
Winter Lewis, machinist, w s Tinton av 2d h n Wr Railroad 
Wiegand Jacob, gardener, n a Wr Railroad Tith h e Bobbins av 
YViemos Joseph, Ibr., e s St. Ann's av 4th h n Wr Railroad 



mobrikSania directory. loa 

Wicisig George, butcher, e s Retieat av 4th h n Westchester rd 
Willow Stephen, tailor, s s 14nth 1st e 3d av 
Wiegans Guy, milkman, s s 145th Ist h e Mill Brook 
Wiley John, Ibr., s s 14od 6th h w Clifton av 
Wimpress Wm. jr., carpenter, s 8 143d 7th h e 3d av 
Wimpress Harriet, dry goods, e s od av 4th h n 144t]i 
Wimpress William, shoemkr, e s College av 1st h s Garden 
Willard Geo. A., lumber, N. Y., s s 139th 3d h e WiUis a\- 
Wightman Wm., clerk, X. Y., w s 3d av 1st h s Willow pi 
Woods Joseph 1*. (Rev.,) nee Jefferson & Franklin av 
Wood John, mason, w s Boston rd opp Union av 
Woods James, umbrellas, N. Y^., n w c Boston rd »S: »Sixtli 
Woods D. N., clerk, N. Y., n ^v c Boston rd »S: Sixth 
Woods William, clerk, N. Y., n w c Boston rd & Sixth 
AVoodward Charles, brass founder, sec AN'aslt n av & Seventli 
A\'o<»druff William, glass blower, av s 3d av 1st li n 130t]i 
Woodruff IVroscs, carman, w s 3d av 4th h s Fifth 
Wolff' John, shoe mkr, w s 3d av 4t]i h n Fiftli 
Wollen Stephen, brewer, aa* s 3d av 7th h s Eiglith 
AVoehlo i\[rs., Avasiierwoman, s s Third 3d li av Wash'n av 
Woelz Mrs. Catharine, grocery, s s Third lid h av 3d av 
Wolgcniued MicliaeL dri\er, s s Westchester rd nr Eagle av 
Wolford George, carpenter, N. Y., s s 137th '2d h av 3d nv 
Worthington James, n s Concord oth h a\' College aA^ 
Wodrup AMlliam S., porter, N. Y., e s 3d av 1st h s Milton 
Worster Frederick, Ijaker, av s Courtland a\' 3d h s Benson 
AVriglit Wm., II., carpenter, n s Springfield r)th h e Morris av 
Wrinlit Stephen J., builder. N. Y., n s Springfield 7tli li •• 

jNlorris av 
AN'right Isaac E.. builder, K. Y., n s Sprin;2,field SiJi ]\ v Mm'- 

ris aA' 
A\'right William, mason, av s 3d av Sth h s ]\[ilton 
A\'right Green, eontractor, s e c Westchrstcr rd *S: Eagle av 
AVriglit Theodore A., mer., N. Y., ^\ s Spring opp ILelcn 
Wright I'hili}), fisli, s s M'estchester rd 1st h e St. Ann's av 
AVriglit Sinu)n, contractor, s s Milton 3d h e Courtland av 
Wright John J., oils, N. Y., n s 141st 1st h e Alexander av 
AVrede AndrcAv, n s Wr Railroad ()th h e Robbins aA' 
Wragg Joseph, rope mkr, e s Wash'n av 5th h n Second 
AVidf'ertli A\'m., cabinet mkr, s s Milton 1st h e (.'ourtland av 
Wunderlich John, cigar mkr, s s First 5th h av 3d av 
Wurm August, cutter, s s Third 2d h e R R av 
Wuif ^lina, Avid., e s Rob1)ins av 1st h n Wr Railroad 
Wulf AndrcAv. Ibr., s s Schuyler 1st h w Wash'n av 
Wulf Hans C., saloon, av s 3d av "id h s Mdton 



110 MORRISANIA DIRECTORY. 

Wuensch August, paper box mfr, n s Schuyler let h w Court- 
land av 
Wuscliert Peter, Ibr., e s 8d av Gtli h s Henr}' 
Wynne Jjockland, liquors, w s 3d av 5th h n Eighth 
Wynne Andrew, Ibr., w s 8d 4th h n Eighth 
Wylis Georgt', butcher, N. Y., n e c 8d av & Seventh 
Wylie Samuel, engineer, w s Hd av 4th h n Mott 



Yard Henry, Ibr., s s Governeur 1st w Courtland av 

Yates J,, superintendent iron works, e s Macomb av Ist h n 

Van Stoll 
Yenney Joseph, peddler, h s Eirst 8th h w R R av 
Yenney John, peddler, s s First 8th h w R R av 
Yeaty AJolph, iron moulder, n s 139th 4th h w 3d av 
Young John, blacksmith, n s Waverly 1st h w Wash'n av 
Young James R., builder, e s Benson av 2d h n Westchester rd 
Young A. C, merchant, N. Y., n s Irving pi 1st h w R R av 
Young Isabella, wid., s s 146th *2d h e Willis av 
Young Adam, gardener, s s Elton 3d h e Courtland av 
Young Christina, laundress, e s 3d av 8th h s Milton 
Young Joseph, bookkeeper, N. Y., n s Denman 4th hw Court- 
land av 
Younger George, carpenter, w s 3d av 1st h n Bronx 
York John, undertaker, sec 145th & 3d av 
York William, saloon, w s 3d av 1st h n Bronx 
Yoecker Edward, saloon, e s Willis av 2d h s 146th 

z 

Zabinski Adolph, boots & shoes, e s 3d av 1st h n Fifth 
Zapp ]\fatthew, cab mkr, n s Elton 3d h w Courtland av 
Zander Charles, tailor, s s Schuyler 6th h w AVash'n av 
Zeumer Francis, (Rev.,) s av c Springfield & Courtland av 
Zeuschner George, physician, e s Courtland av 1st h n Elton 
Zeltner llenr}', brewer, sec Eighth & 3d av 
Zeltner's Brewery, n s I^^ighth bet 3d ct Franklin avs 
Zelliiig Fred., grocer, s w c Franklin av & Seventh 
Zclliiig Elizabeth, seamstress, w s Franklin av 1st h s Seventh 
Zelliiig Henry, goldbeater, w s Franklin av 1st h s Seventh 
Z(nssig Alex., door mfr, \v s Forest av 1st h s Clitf 
Zell Henry, Ibr., n s Mott 3d h w Courtland av 
Zell Henry, jr., Ibr., n s Mott 3d h w Courtland av 
Ziechman Martin, tailor, s s Schuyler 8th h w Wash'n av 



MORRISANIA DIRECTORY. Ill 

Zilch Henry, shoe mkr, n a Mott 1st h e Morris av 
Zimnierniann Reiiihard, saloon, w s 8d av 8d h n Henrj' 
Zimmermann Wm., cigars, w s od av 2d h s Westchester rd 
Zink John, shoe mkr, n s Governeur 4th h w 8d av 
Zink Godi'red, jr., stone cutter, s s Uncas Ist h e Tin ton av 
Zink Ixodired, stone cutter, s s Uncas 1st h e Tinton av 
Zink Thomas, grocer, n w c Governeur & Morris av 
Zink Ludwig, druggist, w s 3d av opp Spring pi 
Ziechler Martin, tailor, n s Prospect bd h e Oourtland av 
Ziegler & Bro., boots &, shoes, e s 8d av 1st h s 144th 
Ziegler William S., e s 3d av Ist h s 144th 
Ziegler George, Ibr., s s {Schuyler 5th h w Courtland av 
Zimmerman Bernard, varnisner, n s Milton 5th h e Court- 
land av 
Zimmerman John Q., cigars, s s Westchester rd 8d h e Re- 
treat av 
Zimmerman Chas. H., cigar mkr, s s Westchester rd 8d h e 

Retreat av 
Zimmerman Charles, baker, w s Wash'n av 8th h n Second 
ZoUnger Bernard, tiiiisuer, s s Mott 7th h w College av 
Zorer Louis, painter, e s College av 2d h s Mam 
Zorn Charles, grocer, s s Pro&pect 4th h e Courtland av 
Zum Buehl Clias., tancy goods, w s Courtland av 1st h s 

Springheld 
Zurlowen ±erdniand, n s Springfield 11th h w od av 
Zurlowen l^VetlericK, cigar ma*, u s Springfield llttih w od av 
Zugner Joseph, painter, e s od av 5th h s Heury 
Zuguer LoUrens, undercaker, e s 8d av 5th h s Henry 
Zugeher August, iDr., \v s »ia av 1st h n Dennian 
Zwinge Xavior, saioou, s w c Westchester rd ik, Clifton av 
Zwickert Antuouy, oliutj mkr, sec Ruse & 8d av 
Zwickert Anciioiij , jr., saloon, e s od av 4th li s Rose 
Zwmk John, iiuih., w s R R av 4th h s Wash'n av 



HIGHBRIDGEVILLE DIRECTORY. 



Anderson H. A., wid., w s Central av 8d h s Anderson av 
Anderson J. S., w s Central av od h s Anderson av 
Arcularius Geo. P., Jerome Park Hotel, junction Central & 
Gerard avs 



IT'i HIOUBKIDGEVILLE DIEECTORY 

B 

Baxter .Tolm, ll)r., Orchard nr Anderson av 

Bowie I'eter, blacksmith, n w c Sodjj^wick nv A: Devoe 

Brion Michael, Underelifl* Hotel, sec Sed^^wick av & Depot pi 

Brady Thomas, ihr., u w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 

Brady James, ibr., n s Devoe 4th h w Hip^hltridj^-e av 

Broughton S.. Woodbine T'ottage, u \s- c Sedgwick av & 

Depot pJ 
Burke Washington, carpenter, e s Lind av oth h s Beach 
Burns Tliomas, liquors, nee Beach »fc Highbridge av 
Byrne John, clerk, s s Beacli 1st h -nv Highbridge a\ 
Byrne L*., liquors, s w c Highbridge a.y & T'uion 

c 

( 'abot I'hilliji J., carpenter, e s Central av opp Anderson av 

Casey John, ll)r., n s I)evoe -d h w Highbridge av 

Clark ^\'m., drugs, w s Central av 1st h s Anderson av 

Classen Fred., gardener, e s Lind av od li s Beach 

Connors iVlartin, Ibr., ii w c Sedgwick av tS: Devoe 

Corsa P)ros., feed, ^v s Sedgwick av nr AVolf 

Couse Isaac, Jeronip l*ark carriage factory, s w c Central & 

(rcrard avs 
Conrad & (rciger, hotel, ( '< Mitral l^»ri<lge 
Craft Wni., bartender, .Icvome Park Hotel, junction Central 

& Gerard a^ s 

I) 

D'Arcy l.awrence, Ujr., s s lieacli 1st h w Highbridge av 
Daly I'atrick, contractor, n s Devoe lM ]l av lliglibridge av 
Daly .lolm, Ibr., n av c Sedgwick iiv S: De^oe 
])aley Iverns !>., merchant, N. Y., e s Highbridge av 1st h n 
( 'eutral aA- 

Dalev \'aleiitine, merdiant. X. Y.. e s Higlibridg<' av bst h n 

on 

( entrai av 
Davis Chas. W., bartender, l-leetwood ( 'ottage Hotel, c Cen- 
tral cS: Anderson avs 
Darney Win., Ibr.. e s Lind av 'Id h s Beach 
Dexheimer .lacob, Humboldt House, Central av opj) .lames 
Denny Daniel, merchant, N. Y., e s Lind av 1st li s BeacIi 
I)evlin John, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick tS: Devoe 
Deuring .lames, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & l)evoe 
Dilsrer Frank, bartender, Central av c Seda'wick av 



HIGHBRIDGEVILLE DIEECTORY. 113 

Dimon Charles, Ibr., e s Lind av od h n Devoe 
Dillahid Patrick, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
Divlin John, Ibr., n w c Sedg^vick av & Devoe 
Dolaa Patrick, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
Dougherty Mrs., wid., w s Highb ridge av '2d. h n Central av 
Donelly James, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
Dollen Patrick, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
Donavan Thomas, Ibr, n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
Donnell Wm. M., clerk, w s Highbridge av Ist h n Devoe 
Donges Christian, carpenter, w s Highbridge av 8th h n Devoe 
Drummond John B., s e c Highbridge & 3d av 
Dugan Edward, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 

E 

Elwes C. F., w s Highbridge av 2dh n Devoe 



Faley Dennis, Ibr., n s Devoe 2d h w Highbridge av 
Ferguson James, Ibr., e s Highbridge av 1st h n Devoe 
Fitzpatrick Francis, Ibr., e s Highbridge av 4:th h n Beack 
Fitzpatrick James, Ibr., e s Highbridge av 8d h n Beach 
Fitzpatrick Patrick, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
Fitzsimmons James, coachman, w s Central av 1st h s Ander- 
son av 
Fletcher Samuel, grocer, n w c Beach & Highbridge av 
Flinn John., ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
Flannery James, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 

a 

Gaynor Peter, coachman, e s Highbridge av Ist h n Devoe 
Galagher Edward, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
Galagher Michael, Ibr., n w^ c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
Gillen Edward, Ibr., e s Lind av od h n Devoe 
Gleason Michael, Ibr., e s Highbridge av 1st h n Devoe 
Goebel Geo. S., ice dealer, e s Anderson av "Jd h e 2d av 
Gorman Michael, Ibr., n w c Devoe & Highbridge av 
Gray F., boarding-house, e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe 

H 

Hart William, carpenter, n s Devoe 1st h w Highbridge ar 
Hartley William, bartender, Parker house, s w c Sedgwick ar 
& Wolf 



114 HIGHBEIDGEVILLE DIEECTOEY. 

Hall John, Ibr., w s Anderson av 1st li s 2d av 
Hall H. C, carpenter, av ^ Anderson av Isth s '2d av 
Hammond Eobt., waiter, s w c Central & Gerard avs 
Hennessey John, carpenter, nee Beach & Highbridge av 
Hebdin E. Y., clerk, w s Highbridge av 1st h n Devoe 
Holmes James, hostler, sec Cromwell & l2d avs 

I 

Ivins Joseph, hostler, Conrad's Hotel, Central Bridge 

K 

Kafney Thomas, Ibr., n w c Lind av 1st h n Devoe 
Karl John, Eamble Cottage, Highbridge 

Kemp John H., mer., N. Y., w s Highbridge av 3d h n Cen- 
tral av 
Keating Thomas, Ibr., e s Highbridge av opp Devoe 
KeUing John, Ibr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe 
Kenney Patrick, Ibr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe 
Kenny Michael, Ibr., e s Lind av 1st h n Devoe 
Kehoe Charles, Ibr., e s Lind. av 3d h n Devoe 
Ketchum Eonald A., builder, e s Beach 1st h e Sedgwick av 
Ketcham Edgar, jr., lawyer, w s Central av 2d h s Ander- 
son av 
Kemp Aaron, mer., N. Y., w s Highbridge av 4th h n Cen- 
tral av 
Kealy John, Ibr., n s Devoe 2d h w Highbridge av 
Kennedy Thomas, police, s w c Union & Lind av 
Kennedy Thomas, carpenter, nee Beach & Highbridge av 
Kern Wm., Ibr., Highbridge av 
King Patrick, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
Kogen John, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
Kyle Matthew, Kyle's Cottage, Highbridge 

L 

Leary James, Ibr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe 
Lynch John, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
Lennon Michael, liquors, Highbridge 2d h n 4th av 

M 

Mahan Martin, Ibr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe 
Mack John, Ibr., n w c Sedgwi<5k av & Devoe 
Maxwell Mrs., And., e s Highbridge av 1st h n Beach 



HIGHBEIDGEYILLE DIEECTORY. 115 

Merritt John H., painter, N. Y., w s Higlibridge av od li n 

Devoe 
'Meier Edward, gardener, w s Lind av 1st h s Beach , 
McCormick Bernard, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
McGormick Chris., Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
McCaffrey James, Ibr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe 
McDonald James, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
McGrann Edward, Ibr., w s Highbridge av 10th h n Devoe 
McGraw Alex., hostler, s w c Sedgwick av & Wolf 
McGinnis Win., Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
McGovern Hubert, Ibr., e s Highbridge av 1st h n Devoe 
McLoughlin John, hostler, w s Central av 1st h s Clark 
McLoughlin Wm., hostler, w s Central av 1st h s Clark 
McLeod David, builder, N. Y., e s Highbridge av opp Devoe 
McNalletty John, Ibr., e s Lind av od h n Devoe 
Mierisch, grocer, w s Highbridge av 9th h n Devoe 
Moore Eichard, carpenter, n w c Highbridge av & Orchard 
Morrison Eugene C., engineer., w s Highbridge av 2d h n. 

Devoe 
MOONEY JAMES J., PAEKEE HOUSE, s w c Sedgwick & 

Wolf 
Murray Welwood, importer, N. Y., w s Highbridge av 1st h n 

Central av 
Murray Matthew, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
Muller Marx, n s Devoe 2d h w Highbridge av 
MuUer Gustave, shoenikr, sec Beach & Highbridge ar 
Muller Eobert, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
Mulligan James, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
Muran John, Ibr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe 
Murphy Dennis, Ibr., w s Lind av 1st h n Devoe 
Murphy John, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 

N 

I^icholson Murtha, laborer., e s Hif!:hbridge av Ist h n De- 
voe 
J^icholson Murtha, gardener, e s Lind ar 3d h n Devoe 





■O'Connell Ann, wid., e s Highbridge av 2d h n Beach 
O'Brien Patrick, Ibr., e s Hi8:hbridge av 1st h n Devoe 
O'Brien Christopher, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
O'Donnell Patrick, Ibr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe 
Otting John, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 



110 HIGHBEIDGEA-ILLE DIEECTOEY. 

P 

Paschke Otto, clerk, N. Y., w s Higlibridgje av 4tli li n De- 

voe 
Paschke Theodore, engiueer., w s Highbridge av 4th h n De- 

voe 
Post Adam II., grocer, e s Andersou av 1st h e 2d av 

a 

Quinn Patricia, mason, e s Lind av od h n Devoe 
Quick Maria, wid., e s Highbridge av od h n Beach 

R 

Pigley Patrick, masou, e s Lind av od h n Devoe 
Pielley Thomas, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
PielleV Michael, plumber, w s Highbridge, av 9th h n Devoe- 
Bittermann Israel, nee Gerard av & Arcu'.arius pi 
Pooney Michael, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
Pussell Henry A., agent, e s Anderson av 3d h s 2d av 
Pvan Patrick, Ibr., e s Lind av od h n Devoe 



Savor John, butcher, e s Lind av 4th h n Devoe 

ScuUey James, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 

Sheriden Patrick, Ibr., e s Lind av od h n Devoe 

Sheridan John, Ibr., n w c SedgAvick av «& Devoe 

Sheppard Edward, watchman, s s Union 3d h w Highbridge 

av 
Smith William E., Eleetwood Cottage, c Central «& Anderson 

avs 
Smith Edward, Ibr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe 
Spelman John, watchman, sec Lind av & Beach 
Spelun Patrick, Ibr., e s Lind av od h n Devoe 
Spoerry Geo., lawyer, N. Y., w s Anderson av 1st li w Cen- 
tral av 
Sullivan Daniel, 11 )r., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 

T 

Tierney Thomas, hostler, e Central & Anderson avs 
Tierney James, hostler, e Central & Anderson avs 
Toker James, Ibr., n w e Sedgwick av & Devoe 
Tracoy Jerry, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 



HIGHBEIDGEVILLE BIEECTOEY. 117 

Weintzel George, sash & blinds, n s Devoe 1st h w High- 
bridge av 
Welch James, Ibr., ii w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
Welch Michael, Ibr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe 
Welch Martin, Ibr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe 
Wilkinson Thomas, Ibr., e s Highb ridge av 4th h n Beach 
Wright John, supt., s s Beach 1st h w Lind av 
Wilhams Jerry, waiter, Conrad's hotel. Central Bridge 



TEEMONT DIRECTORY, 



Akin James, w s Myrtle av 5th li s Yaleiitine av 

Akin Edward, carj^enter, w s Myrtle av 3d li s Mott 

Akin Alexander, carpenter, w s Myrtle av 8d li s Mott ' 

Ahvary Francis, teacher, w s ocl av 4th h n Eleventh 

Allen Adelia, wid., e s Wash'n av od h n Eleventh 

Albro Geo. H., Principal ►Sclioo INo. 1, e s Wash'n av 3d h s 

Eitch 
Andrus H. W., agent, w s Wash'n av 3d h s Fitch 
Arras Eobert, painter, w s Myrtle av 3d h s Valentine av 
Ayres Albert, w s 3d av 4th h n Twelfth 

B 

Bathgate Alex., farmer, w s 3d av Cth h n Eighth 

Bathgate James, physician, w s 3d av 6th h n Eighth 

Babch Christian L., jewelry, N. Y., e s Wash'n av lat h a 

Marble 
Barry Michael, Ibr., Myrtle av 1st li s Mott 
Bany J^mes, moulder. Myrtle av 1st h s Mott 
BaiTy John, plumber, Myrtle av 1st h s Mott 
Barry Barney, drug clerk. Myrtle av 1st h s Mott 
Barndollar Charles, roller mki*, N. Y., n s Marble 1st h w 

Wash'n av 
Bender Jacob, wheelwright, N. Y^., s e c E E av & Fitch 
Behrens Henry J., machinist. Myrtle av 4th h s E'itch 
Beames James F., piano mfr, N. Y^., w s 3d av 2d h n Morris 
Bendick Penderson, carpent^ e s 3d av 3d h n Monroe 
Bendick Eobert, cuii)enter, -^ 3d av n w c Monroe 
Beck Jacob, carpenter, w s Madison av 5th h n Twelfth 
Becker ( 'arl, tailor, n s Morris nr 3d av 

Bedell AVm. A., bookbinder, N. Y^., nee Fitch & Madison av 
Bedell John, merchant, N. Y"., e s Madison av 1st h n Fitch 
Bedell George, merchant, N. Y''., e s Madison av 1st h n Fitch 
Bogart Wm. 11. , police, w s Myrtle av 1st h s Valentine av 
35oyd Daniel, agent, N. Y'., a s Mott 5th h w Myrtle av 
Bowen Mr., grocer, n w c Ninth & Wash'n av 



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TEEMONT DIEECTOEY. 119 

Bonfils S. D., glass ware, N. Y,, e s Wash'n av s e c Eleventh. 

Bowers Henry, carpenter, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Twelfth 

Boss Luclwig, saloon, s w e 3d av & Morris « 

Braken Henry, carpenter, w s 3d av 2d h n Marble 

Brey James J., asst. station agent 

Brown Paul E., (Eev.,) w s Wash'n av 5th h s Monroe 

Burridge Thomas, accountant, N. Y., e s E E av 2d h s Tenth 

Butler Thomas, blacksmith, w s 3d av s w c Tenth 

Butters William T., -oiinter, N. Y"., w s AVash'n av 2d h. s 

Twelfth 
Burris Benjamin, carpenter, w s 3d av 4th h n Monroe 

c 

Carpenter Samuel, sp. det., N. Y., e s Madison av 5th h n 

Eleventh 
Cam John, carj^enter, e s 3d av 3d h n Monroe 
Carmer Maria, wid., w s Wash,n av 2d h s Tenth 
Cannon Nicholas, merchant, N. Y., s s Morris 1st h e Madi- 
son av 
Chapman John, bookkeeper, N. Y., e s E E av 1st h s Fitch 
Chesterman Edwin, w s Madison av 1st h n Fitch 
Clark Eichard, clerk, N. Y"., e s E E av 6th h n Eighth 
Clark Francis, clerk, N. Y., e s E E av 6th h n Eighth 
Clark Carl, Ibr., e s Madison 2d h n Mott 
Clock e G. D. W., lawyer, e s E E av nr Mott, r Grand av nr 

Central av 
Conlon Patrick, laborer, e s Madison av 1st h n Monroe 
Collins Cornelius H., driver, w s Madison av 1st h n Mott 
Cornell Mark, w s Madison av 1st h s Tenth 
Cofiee John, laborer, e s Wash'n av 2d h n Ninth 
Connor Daniel, merchant, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 2d h n Ninth 
Costolo John, Ibr., w s Madison av 1st h s Mori is 
Couenhoven Eobt. E., pianofortes, N. Y., s s Fitch 1st h w 

Madison av 
Condon James, Ibr., e s E E av 2d h n Morris 
Coen John, Ibr., Myrtle av 1st h s Mott 
Cooper Mrs., physician, n e c E E av & Eleventh 
Crawford Charles, painter, s e c E E av & Fitch 
Crewitt Bros., hardware, n w c Wash'n av & Fitch 
Crewitt A. B., hardware, r w s Wash'n av 3d h n Marble 
Crewitt J. D., hardware, r w s Wash'n av 3d h n Marble 
Crewitt A. H., hardware, r w s Wash'n av 3d h n Marble 
Cranston Geo., Ibr., w s 3d av 3d h n Eleventh 
Crotty Patrick, hotel, n w c 3d av «& Morris 



1-20 TEEMONT DIRECTORY. 

D 

Davis Amelia P., wid., w s Madison av 1st h n Monroe 
Davison Wni., grocer, e s AVash'n av 4th h n Fitch 
Davidson W. J., grocer, s e c E, R av & Morris 
De AVilde Fred'k A., clerk, N. Y., w s Madison av 1st h n 

Marble 
Ditniering Geo., tailor, w s 3d av 2d h n Eleventh 
Donohiie Anna, wid., n s Fitch 2d h w Myrtle 
Dodge Peter, carpenter, Myrtle av 1st h s Fitch 
Dodge Wm., carpenter. Myrtle av 1st h s Fitch 
Doughty John, civil eng., w s Wash'n av 2d h s Monroe 
Donohue John, Ibr., w s od av 2d hw Monroe 
Doyle Patrick, Ibr., w s Madison av 1st li n Tenth 
Doyle Michael, tailor, e s Wash'n av 1st h n Mott 
Dorf Elias, fancy store, s s Morris 2d h e Wash'n av 
Druhe Francis, butcher, sec Mott & Wash'n av 
Droz H. E., importer, N. Y., Myrtle av 4th h s Mott 
Druisel G. C, coppersmith, n s Eleventh 1st h e P R av 
Dutting Henry, piano mkr, N. Y., e s P P av 7th h n Tenth 
Dunn Michael, carriage mkr, n w c Wash'n av & Eleventh 
Duare Thomas, ibr., s w cElevdnth & od av 
Dugan Patrick, milkman, ^v s Madison av od h n Marble 
Dunham Albert, carpenter, w s Madison av 1st h n Twelfth. 
Dunham Peter P., mason, sec Madison av & Fitch 
Dunham Thomas N., printer, sec Madison av & Fitch 

E 

Eberle Peter, blacksmith, e s P P av 1st h n Tenth 
Egglesden John, carpenter, e s P P av 2d h n Morris 
Etting F. Y., physician, s s Mott 4th h w Wash'n av 
Engelmann Carl, musician, n e c Fitch & Wash'n av 
Eymer Matthias, cigars, w s 8d av od h n Mott 



Farroll Henry A., painter, e s Madison av 4th h n Tenth 
Ferdon J. J., butcher, e s R P av 7th h n Mott 
Ferber Ferdinand, grocer, e s od av 4th h n Locust av 
Fincke M. IL, painter, e s P P av M h n Eighth 
Fincke Wm., grocer, n w c Yalentine av & Harlem P P 
Fincke John, Ibr., n s Fitch 1st h w Alyrtle av 
Finger Henry, w s Myrtle av 8d h s Mott 
Fincke Carl & Pros., grocers, n w c Eleventh & od av 
Fisher Henry F., grocer, n e c P P av & Tenth 



TREMONT DIRECTORY. 121 

Flink Nicholas, bakery, w s Wash'n av 2d li s Marble 
Flicker Andrew, caiTiage mkr, sec Morris & Madison av 
Eox Thomas, horseshoer, n s Morris 1st h e AVash'n av 
Eord Henry J., e s Wash'n av 4th h n Eleventh 
Toiler Oscar J., clerk, N. Y., w s Wash'n av Gth h n Ninth 
Foulke Charles T., station agent, s s Mott 4th h w Myrtle av 
Folz Fred., dry goods, N. Y., n w c Wash'n av & Twelfth 
Francis E. C, saddles & harness, R R av opp Harlem R E 

depot 
Eraser Mrs. M., dry goods, R R av opp Harlem R R depot, r 

w s Wash'n av 4th h n Marble 
Fraclel Charles, musical composer, N. Y., e s AVorth av Ist h 

s Mott 
Freisprig Lorenz, Ibr., e s od av 2d h n Monroe 
Franklin Morris, e s AVash'n av 5th h n Twelfth 
Frazer Mrs., e s Wash'n av 2d h s Mott 



Gade George, b arber, e s R R av 4th h n Mott, r s e c Mott & 

Wash'n av 
Gardener Fred., pattern mkr, n w c Monroe & od av 
Gaul Michael, painter, nee Mott & Madison av 
Garrison John, constable, w s Madison av 1st h s Tenth 
Gilier Edward, machinist, e s R R av 1st h n Marble 
Gleason Michael, Ibr., e s R R av 4th h n Eighth 
Gleitz August, piano mkr, Myrtle av 3d h s Fitch 
Gilhooly Patrick, Ibr., s s Fitch 1st h ^v Myrtle av 
Grove W. A., grocer, nee R R av & Fitch 
Gray James R., car builder s s R R av 1st h n Fitch 
Gray AVm., architect, s s R R av 1st h n Fitch 
Grobecker Wm., drugs, s e c R R av & Mott 
Griffin Abner, agent, N. Y^., w s AVorth av let h s AEorris 
Gregory George, e s AVash'n av 2d h s Fitch 
Griswold A. D., mer., N. Y., n s Fitch Ist h e Wash n av 
Gross Frank, lather, e s Madison av 2d h n Eleventh 
Grogan Owen, Ibr., e s 8d av opp Monroe 

H 

Haskins George, carpenter, Vv^ s Madison av 2d h n Fitch 
Haas Ferdinand, carpenter, e s Madison av 2d h n Mott 
Harris Thomas R., [Rev.,] e s Wash'n av 5th h n Eighth 
Harde Thomas, merchant, N. Y., e s Washington av 1st h n 
Marble 



1-22 TEEMONT DIEECTOBY. 

Hall Thomas, Ibr., e s E E av 4th h n Eig:hth 
Harris George, Ibr., e s E E av 4th h n Eighth 
Haunon John W., tinsmith, e s E E av 7th h n Tenth 
Hannegan Thomas, plumber. Myrtle av 1st h s Mott 
Hawloy H. D , agent, s w c AVash'n av & Fitch 
Hamann M. A., grocer, s w c Tenth & AVash'n av 
'Helle Conrad, cabinet mkr, w s 8d av 8th h n Eighth 
Health Francis, w s 3d av 8d h n Twelfth 
Hemburger John, basket mkr, s w c Mott & 3d av 
Herrman Andreas, saloon, s w c Monroe & 3d av 
Hencklel Jacob, saloon, e s 3d av 4tli h n Monroe 
Heath David, e s Madison av 2d h n Fitch 
Held Jacob, nee TAvelfth & Wash'n av 
Heinz Gottleib, boots & shoes, nee Madison av & Mon'is 
Herring Wm., lawyer, n w c Wash'n av & Mott 
Herring & Sampson, lawyers, s s Morris nr E E av 
Hielbeck E. W., shoemkr, e s E E av •2d h n Tenth 
Hillman Gottleib, stone cutter, w s 3d av 4th h n Morris 
Hill Anna, wid., n w c I^inth & Wash'n av 
Hohn Christopher, Ibr., n w c Eleventh & 3d av 
Howie Eobt., carpenter. Tenth nr Wash'n av, r Wash'n av 3d 

h n Ninth 
Hojer Georjje, painter, sec Morris & Wash'n av 
Hollacher Michael, saloon, e s Wash'n av 1st h n Morris 
HOUSE OF EEST FOE CONSUMPTIVES, Morris bet 

Wash'n & E E avs 
Hoert Wm., saloon, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Fitch 
Hobe C. T., s s Eleventh 2d h e E E av 
Hunt John L, s w c Fitch & 3d av 
Hughes John, Ibr., w s 3d av 2d h n Munroe 
Hupfeldt Julius W., drugs, s s Morris 2d h w Wash'n av 
Hyde James P., turner, N. Y., s s IMott 1st h w Wash'n av 

I 

lUium AVm., butcher, s s Morris 1st h w Wash'n av 
Ingham Eebecca, wid., w s Madison av 1st h n Eleventh 
Ittner Ileinrich, boarding house, w s 3d av 5th }i n Monroe 
ITTNEE'S JOHN, Villa, Mvrtle av opp Depot & restaurant 
lOG Grand, N. Y 

J 

Jenkins James, carriage dealer, N. Y., w s Wask'n av 8th h 

n Eighth 
Johnson James, Ibr.. n w c Eleventh & 3d av 






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Loaves Moi-risania o*iice at 8 o'clock, A. M. and the 2sew York offices at 2.30 P, M. 

Baggasje will be delivered to all the New York Eailroad Depots and Steamboat 
Landing's. 

Checks for Baggage lelt at either of the OflEices named below will receive prompt at- 
tention. 

!>1f° Furniture, Piano-, &c., carefully removed. 

General Oftiees. — Morrisania, between First and 8ei!ond streets Fordham avenue. 

New York— 01 William street, GG Courtland street cor. of Washington, 222 Wash- 
mt^ton street, corner tit Barclay, and 88 Franklin street. 

ISranch Oftices.— New York.- 3 Burling Slip, Jube's Hardware Store, 83 BoA:ery. 

Mott Mavt-n.— Magee's Feed Score, Boston lload, corner 134th street. 

Melrose.— Purdy'.s Grociry Store, Westchest'^r Road. 

Morrisania.— Chisholru & Go's Lfrucery Store, Fitth street, A.llen"s Drug Store, 
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Residence, Washington Avenue, between First and.Secoud Street?-, 
Sole Agents forTorry's Improved Patent Weatlier Strip?. 



TEEMONT DIRECTOEY. 123 

p 
Jones Wm., tailor, e s E E av 5th h n Mott, r Myrtle av 2d h 
n Mott 

K 

Kearney Daniel, Ibr., e s E E av 1st li n Morris 

Keal James S., agent, e s E E av 1st h s Marble 

Keal Joseph, carriage nikr, e s E E av 1st h s Marble 

Kennedy Michael, Ibr., w s 3d av 6th h n Eleventh 

Kenyon Jno. S., merchant, N.Y., e s Wash'n av 2d h n Tenth 

Keyser Peter, e s Wash'n av 3d h n Twelfth 

Kennard Wm. J., Principal School No. 4, e s Wash'n avCthh 

n Twelfth 
Keogh Peter, Ibr., w s 3d av 2d h n Marble 
Kimball Charles, agent, s s Mott 5th h w E E av 
Kirby John, cary)enter, w s Madison av 1st h s Monroe 
Kiug Peter, saloon, e s 3d av 6th h n Locust av 
Knudel Gottlieb, cabinet mkr, w s 3d av 8th h n Eighth 
Knapp Margaret, wid., nee Eleventh & Madison av 
Koch George, lumber, s av c Tenth & Wash'n av 
Kuntz Peter, shoemkr, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Mott 
Kuntz Peter, jr., butcher, w 3 Wash'n av 1st h s Mott 
Kuntz Frederick, butcher, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Mott 
Kraus Andrew, shoe mkr, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Morris 



Lent Wm. G., Justice of the Peace, office n e c E E av & Mott,. 

r w s Wash'n av 3d h s Morris 
Lewis Francis, civil engineer, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Monroe 
Leithenser George,' tailor, e s Madison av 3d li n Mott 
Leininger Philip, barber, s s Morris 2d h w Madison av 
Lippe C., physician, e s E E av next Post Office 
Loudon Eobt H., bookkeeper, N. Y., e sE E av 6th h n Tenth 
Loux Hermann,, painter, w s 3d av 3d h n Monroe 
Lyons James A., real estate, office n e c 3d av & Locust av, rn 

s Fitch 3d h e AVash'n av 
Lyons James, iron foundry, N. Y., n s Fitch 3d h e Wash'n av 

M 

Macgarithe James, s w c 11th & 3d av 
Maconnell James, w s Wash'n av 3d h s Tenth 
Maderstein George, saloon, e s E E av 1st h s Tenth 
Macduf James, cabinet mkr, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Monroe 
Manel Frank, cabinet mkr, w a Wash'n av 2d h s Mott 



1-J4 TKEMONT UIllECTOEY. 

Maher Patrick, Ibr., n s Ninth let h e K R av 

Maker Micliael, Ibr., n s Ninth 1st li e K Rav 

McCue Patrick, Ibr., s w c K R av & Mott 

MeConnell AVni., confectioner, w s AVasli'n av 4th h s Mott 

McDermott P., phimber, e s R R av 'Id li n Mott, r Valentine 

av nr Myrtle av 
McDade Wni., painter, e s R R av Bd h n ^lott 
McDermott Thomas, Ibr, Myrtle av 8d h s Fitch 
McFarland Mr., w s Wash'n av 5th h s Fitch 
McGrath Thomas, Ibr., n s Ninth lid h e R R av 
McGraw John, Ibr., e s R R av 5th h n Eighth 
McGraw Owen, Ibr., n s Ninth 1st h e R R av 
McGraw Michael, Ibr., n s Ninth 1st h e R R av 
McKinstry Andrew, merchant, e s R R av 'Id h n Fitch 
McLoughlin Patrick, n s Morris 'kl h w Wash'n av 
McLewee Frederick, merchant, w s od av '2d h n Twelfth 
McManus C, wid., store, e s R R av 1st h n Morris 
Metcalf Elizabeth, wid., w s Madison av 2d h n Fitch 
Melhiy Dexter W., e s Wash'n av 4th h n Twelfth 
Meyers Ferdinand, n s Valentine 1st h w R R av 
Meyers Gustavus, musical instrument mkr, n w c Valentine & 

R R avs 
Mierisch John M., grocer, s w c Twelfth & 8d av 
Miller James B., carpenter, e s R R av 3d h n Tenth 
Miller J. C, bookbinder, N. Y., w s Wash'n av od h s Mott 
Middleton Wm. B., dentist, w s Wash'n av 3d h s Eleventh 
Mor]-is Henry, carpenter, w s od av 9th h n Eighth . 
Morrison Samuel, painter, e s R R av 1st h n Tenth 
Morse Mrs., wid., e s R R av 4th h n Tenth 
Morrissey Michael, Ibr., n s Valentine av od h n Myrtle av 
Murry Andy, Ibr., e s od av 5th h n Locust av 
Muiry Pat'k, Ibr., e s Madison av 1st h n Munroe 
Murphy Timothy, Ibr., e s Madison av 1st h s Tenth 
^fuller Fred'k, saloon, sec Madison av & Morris 
Mullen J., Ibr., e s R R av 4th h n Eightli 
Muldoon J^arney, Ibr., s w c R R av «S: Mott 

N 

Nagel Joseph, piano mkr, av s od av Otli h n Marble 
Nesbitt Alex., (Rev,,) e s AVash'n av '2d h s Twelfth 
Nicholson James, fish dealer, w s 3d av 1st h n Fitch 



O'Brien J. A., merchant, N. Y., w s Madison av 3d h n Fitch 



TEEMONT DIEECTOPvY. 125 

Odell John, carpenter, s s Mott ocl h w Myrtle av 
Osborn Wni. W., police, w s od av od h n Morris 

P ^ 

Palmer Ferris, watcliman, s s Pitch 1st h w Wash'n av 

Parsons L. D., s s Eleventh 1st h e E E av 

Perkins John, jeweler, N. Y., Myrtle av 1st h s Spring 

Petri Joseph, baker, w s od av 5th h n Eleventh 

Pett Joseph B., painter, sec Madison av & Morris 

Peake John L., n s Pitch nr Wash'n av 

Phelps B. N., carpenter, N. Y., n w c Madison av & Eleventh 

Pinker John, watchman, s w c Eleventh & od av 

Porter James W., w s Wash'n av Tth h n Eighth 

Porter James, e s Madison av 5th h s Tenth 

Proli'en Erederick, furniture, w s 3d av 1st h n Mott 

Pubhc School No. 1, e s 3d av bet Eleventh & Twelfth 

R 

Eace Stephen TL, carpenter, e s E E av 1st h s Tenth 
Eandall James, moulder, w s Myrtle av Tth h s Valentine 
Eau Eudolph, salesman, N. Y., s w c Worth av & Mott 
Eae Alice, wid., e s Wash'n av 1st h n Ninth 
Eappleyea J as., undertkr, N. Y., s s Eleventh nr Madison av 
Eeilly Michael E., insp. of buildings, N. Y., o s E E av Tth h 

n Eighth 
Eeynolds Wm., stevedore, N. Y., s s Pitch l^d h w Myrtle av 
Eeid Alfred, furniture, N. Y., e s Wash'n av 1st h n Eleventh 
Eeid Alfred, jr., furn'r, N. Y., e s Wash'n av 1st h n Eleventh 
Eimington jMatthew, superintendent, N. Y^., s e c E E av & 

Eleventh 
Eieners Charles, blacksmith, e s E E av 1st h n Tenth 
Eiedinger Louis N., tinsmith, n s Morris od h w 3d av 
Eobbins A. W., Ijrush factory, w s ISlyrtle av -Ith h s Valen- 
tine av 
Eockwell Lucius, bookkeeper, N. Y., n s Twelfth 1st h w 

Wash'n av 
Eobertson Wm. IL, painter, s w c Marble & 3d av 
Eobertson Bertha, wid., sec Twelfth & AVash'n av 
Eoe Charles, clocks, N. Y., e s Madison av 4th h n Eleventh 
Eose Philip, turner, e s Madison av 3d h s Tenth 
Euggles Elniira, wid., e s Madison av 1st h n Tenth 

s 

Saring J. S., bookl;eei)«-, N. Y., w s AA'asli'n av -id h s Monroe 



126 TEEMONT DIRECTORY. 

vSayxker Charles, cigar mkr, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Marble 
Sawin AVm. J., drygoods, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 5th h n Ninth 
Schell Alex., nee Twelfth & Madison av 
8chall Michael, Ihr., w s od av 4th h n Marble 
Schnabel Fred'k, shoe mkr, sec Mott & Madison av 
Schulz Christian, Ibr., n s Morris od h w od av 
ISchulz Gotfreid, grocer, s w c Madison av & Morris 
S(^,hrieier Charlotte, wid., e s E. E, av 5th h n Tenth 
Schrelmeir Peter, shoe mkr, n w c Myrtle av & Mott 
Seaman John F., mer., N. Y"., e s Madison av 8d h n Fitch 
Sharkey Joseph, cigar mkr, e s E E av 4th h n Tenth 
Shaw & Stacey, stoves, e s E E av 6th h n Mott 
Shaughnessy Simon, Ibr., e s E E av 2d h n Morris 
Shaw W., tinsmith, w s Myrtle av 5th h s Valentine av 
Sheehan John, Ibr., n s Ninth 1st h e E E av 
Shove Oliver P., carpenter, n e c E E av & Tenth 
Smith James B , blacksmith, e s E E av 4th h n Tenth 
Smith James, Ibr., s s Mott 1st h w E E av 
Smith Abel H., n s Fitch 1st h w Wash'n av 
Smith J. D., mer., N. Y., w s Wash'n av 5th h s Twelfth 
Smith Martin, boots & shoes, w s 3d av 3d h n Eleventh 
Smart D., marble works, N. Y., e s Madison av 2d h n Tenth 
Smart Wm. J., stationer, e s Wash'n av 2d h n Fitch 
Smart Wm. J., clerk, s s Fitch nr AYash'n av 
Sorg Heinrich, mer., N. Y., w s 3d av 2d h n Eleventh 
Springhorn Henry, painter. Myrtle av 3d h n Eighth 
Sprunt Isabella, wid., e s Madison av 6th h n Eleventh 
Speaights J J., mer., N. Y., w s Wash'n av 6th h n Eighth 
Stacey James, tinsmith, w s 3d av 7th h n Eigthth 
Station House, w s Madison av 1st h n Morris 
Steers Henry V., police sergeant, w s Madison av 3d h n Morris 
Stein Charles, mer., N. Y., w s Madison av 3d h n Eleventh 
Starbuck Geo. F., mer., N. Y., w s Madison av 2d h n Tenth 
Stearns Daniel J., doctor, e s Wash'n av 2d h n Twelfth 
Steams Thomas, clerk, N. Y., e s Wash'n av 2d n Twelfth 
Stearns Carry I)., real estate, off. s s Morris nr Wash'n av, r « 

s Wash'n av 2d h n Twelfth 
Stanton James P., n s Twelfth nr Madison av 
Streaver Howard M., stationer, N. Y., s s Twelfth 1st h. 

w Wash'n av 
Sullivan John, Ibr., w s 3d av 2d h n Monroe 
Sullivan Patrick, carpenter, e s Madison av 1st h s Tenth 
Summerfield Meta, wid., w s AVash'n av let h n Tenth 



TREMONT DIRECTORY. 127 



T 

Tape Eobt. M., gilder, e s Madison av 4tli li s Tenth. 
Tarbox Hiram, 2d, postmaster, li R av opp H E, E, depot 
Tarbox Hiram, jeweller, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Morris 
Tarbox Cliarles W., clerk, w s Wash'n av 2d li s Morris 
Thomson Wm. J., piano mkr, w & Wash'n av 4th h s Fitch 
Thomson, Theodore, carpenter, w s Wash'n av 4th h s Fitch 
Thomas Lewis, pilot, s s Fitch. 1st h w Wash'n av 
Thine John, Ibr., e s 3d av 2d h n Monroe 
Thwaites Joseph, w s Wash'n av 4th h n Ninth 
Tilley Edward J., marble works, E E, av opp H E E depot, r 

Prospect, Fairmont 
Tompkins George, moulder, e s E E av 6th h n Tenth 
Townsend Wm., butcher, e s E E av 8th h n Tenth 
Trainer John, mason, e s Madison av 1st h n Twelfth 
Treadbar Charles, clerk., N. Y., s w c Worth ay & Morris 

V 

Van Anden Henry A., e s E E av 8th h n Tenth 
Vaupel Christian, shoe mkr, n s Morris 3d h w 3d av 
Vinton & Sons, piano factory, w s E E av nr Valentine av 
Vinton C. A., pianos, w s Myrtle s w c Valentine av 
Vinton H. A., pianos, w s Myrtle s w c Valentine av 
Vinton Fred. H., pianos, w s Myrtle s w c Valentine av 

w 

Washington James, painter, e s E E av 3d h n Tenth 

Ware Mi-s., wid., nurse, w s Myrtle av 2d h s Valentine av 

Waterman S., wid., dry goods, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Marble 

Waterman George, piano mkr, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Marble 

Wacker Geo., carpenter, w s 3d av 2d h n Eleventh 

Walb James P., e s Wash'n av 1st h n Fitch 

Webb Elizabeth, wid., w s Madison av 4th h n Twelfth 

Weber Wm. V., e s Wash'n av 1st h s Fitch 

Weecks John H., police, n s Mott 1st h e Wash'n av 

Welch John, Ibr., w s 3d av 2d h n Monroe 

Weiner Nicholas, painter, w s 3d av 3d h n Marble 

Webb Wm. W., plumber, w s Wash'n av 4th h s Monroe 

Weeks John, w s Myrtle av 6th h s Valentine av 

Weeks Jackson, w s Myrtle av 6th h s Valentino ";" 

White George, e s Madison av 3d h s Eleventh 

White Geo., jr., teacher, N. Y., w s AVash'n av 5th h n Eighth 



128 ' TREMONT DIEECTORY. 

White Charles F., Monroe ur Orchard 
Wiune Joseph, blacksmith, e s K R av 5th h ii Tenth 
AVielkeile Charles, dyer, N. Y., s w c Worth av & Mott 
Wirdnam Richard, mason, s s Mott lid h w Wash'n av 
Wilkins Morris, auc'r, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 4th h s Twelfth. 
Willing Henry, blacksmith, w s 3d av Gth h n Eleventh 
Wilde Thomas, e s Madison av 5 th h n Fitch 
Wick Christopher, Ibr., w s Madison av 5th h n Twelfth 
Wilt John, blacksmith, e s Madison av 2d h s Tenth 
Wilson Francis F., teacher, e s Wash'n av od h n Fitch 
AVood N. K., hardware, Harlem, e s R R av 8th h n Eighth 
Woolley Daniel, iron moulder, w s od av -ith h n Eleventh 



Y'oiind Fred'k, butcher, ^v s Mvrtle av 3d h s ^lott 



APPENDIX 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Supervisor— William Cauldwell, corner Boston rd and George 
^street. 

Town Clerk — Eugene King, Morris Place, West Morrisania. 

Street Commissioner — John McOarty. 

Receiver of Taxes — Wm. Turner, Town Hall. 

Overseer of the Poor — John York, Boston road, North New 
York. 

Inspector of Lamps and Gas — John Immens, opposite Town 
Hall. 

Assessors — Wm. Hoeland, Boston road, Momsania ; John 
Mehlem, Boston road, near Elton street. South Melrose ; Jas. 
H. Gibney, Third av and Concord. 

Collector of Assessments — George P. Arcularius, Town 
Hall. 

Con'stables — John Mehlem, Melrose; John Savor, High- 
bridgeville ; Wm. H. Rose, Morrisania ; George H. Dellett, 
Morrisania ; Thomas Brown. 

Town Sealer — Arthur B. Hauptman, cor. Seventh street and 
Third avenue. Morrisania. 

Pound Masters — M. Stadmiller, Melrose ; Henry Donohue, 
Morrisania ; Thomas Hughes, Mott Haven. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE TOWN HALL. 

Justice Hauptman, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Justice Fullen, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Justice Flanagan, Wednesdays and Saturdays. 

BOAED OF TRUSTEES. 

Clerk — Eugene Ring, West Morrisania. 
President — H. F. L. Bunting, Mott Haven. 
Supervisor — Wm Cauldwell. 
First Ward — T. Mason Oliver, H. F. L. Bunting. 
Second Ward — John F. Rice, Patrick Mullins. 
Third Ward— Ernest Hall, Geo. R. Teasdale. 
Fourth Ward — David McLeod, Geo. P Arcularius. 



lao MOERISANIA DIRECTORY. 



STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Finance — Messrs. Teasdale, Cauldwell, Mullins and Rice. 

Highways and Bridges — Messrs. Oliver, Arcularius, Mullin* 
and Hall. 

Legal Questions — Messrs. Cauldwell, Rice, Arcularius and 
Teasdale. 

Public Health — Messrs. McLeod, Oliver, Arcularius and 
Hall. 

Printing — Messrs. Arcularius, Mullins, Teasdale and Hall. 

Lamps and Gas — Messrs. Rice, Oliver, Cauldwell and McLeod. 

Temporary Relief of the Poor — Messrs. Hall, McLeod, Rice 
and Oliver. 

Town Officers — Messrs. Mullins, Oliver, Arcularius and Hall. 

Repairs and Supplies — Messrs. Rice, Mullins, Teasdale and 
Cauldwell. 

Regular meetings of the Board, Pirst Tuesday of eacK 
month, at 4:30 p. m. 

The Standing Committees meet every Tuesday evening. 



BOARD OP EDUCATION. 

President — T. Mason Oliver. 
Secretary — John Planagan. 
Treasurer — Louis Diehl. 
Clerk — John J. Clarke. 

Samuel R. Davis, James M. Stedman, James Pinegan, Ed- 
ward Kirk, Jr. ; Thomas W. Timpson, Robert McParlan. 

STANDING COM MITTEES. 

Finance — John Planagan. James M. Stedman, Robert Mc- 
Parlan. 

Buildings, Repairs and Supplies — Robert ]McI*arlan, Jjouia. 
Dielil, James Pinegan. 

Rules, Regulations and J3y-Laws — Thomas AV. Timpson^ 
Samuel R. Davis, Edward Kirk, Jr. 

Teachers — John Planagan. Robert McParlan, Louis Diehl. 

On Normal School — John Planagan, Robert McParlan, Louis. 
Dielil. 



MORRISANLl DIRECTOBY. 131 

VISITING COMMITTEES. 

School No. 1 — Messrs. Flanagan, Uiehl and Davis. 
*' " 2 — Messrs. Timpson, Kirk and Flanagan. 
" " 3 — Messrs. McParlan, Diehl and Davis. 
" " 4 — Messrs. Finegan, Stedman and McFarlan. 
'' '* 5 — Messrs. Diehl, Kirk and Timpson. 

Regular meetings of the Board are held on the Second Mon- 
day of each month at 4 o'clock P. M., in the Board room, 
School house No. 4, Melrose. 



MORRISANIA FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

OllGANIZED APRIL 12x0, 1856. 

President' — John Van Horn. 
Vice-President — Wm. M. Bogert. 
Secretary — Robert Danfield, Jr. 
Treasurer — P. Mullins. 

BOAliD OF COMMISSIONERS. 

John J. Blauvelt, Lawrence McGrath, George B. Birch. 

TRUSTEES, WIDOWS AND ORPHANS FUND. 

E. W. Albro, Louis Falk, John McCarty. 

BOARD OE ENGINEERS. 

Chief — John Van Horn. 
Assistant Chief — Adam Hipp. 
Assistant Chief — Fred. Geecks. 

BOARD OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

President — John Van Horn. 

Vice-President — Wm. M. Bogert. 

Secretary — Robert Danfield, Jr. 

Engine No. 1. — Wm. Bolmer, Ed. Austin. 

Engine No. 2 — Peter Keene, John McCiisker. 

Engine No. 4 — Luke O'Hanlan, Francis McDonough. 

Engine No. 5 — Wm. M. Bogert, Geo.' W. Brower. 

Hose No. 1 — Mike Von Greitchen, Qoo. Schueman. 

Hose No. 2 — Geo. H. Dyer, John Van Horn. Jr. 



132 MOERISANIA DIRECTOEY. 

Hose No. 8 — Adam Rice, John Mullins. 

Hook and Ladder, No. 1 — Martin Endress, Andrew Stock- 
inj?er. 

Hook and Ladder, No. 2 — John Kershaw, James Quinn. 

Engine Co. No. 1 — Located on east side Fulton avenue, be- 
tween Fiftli and Sixth streets. Foreman — John M. Campbell ; 
Assistant Foreman — John Royal. 

Engine Co. No. 2 — Located on Westchester Railroad street, 
between Eagle and Passage avenues. Foreman — James. C. 
Clark ; Assistant Foreman — James Tallon. 

Engine Co. No. 4 — Located on Boston road near Mott 
street. Foreman — Luke O'Hanlan ; Assistant Foreman — Jas. 
Meagen. 

Engine Co. No. 5 — Located on Washington avenue near 
Mary street. Foreman — John Nimphius, Jr ; Assistant For- 
eman — John Condon. 

Hose Co. No. 1 — Located on Elton street near Boston road. 
Foreman — Martin Kraus ; Assistant Foreman . 

Hose Co. No. 2 — Located on Fourth street, between Third 
aud Washington avenues. Foreman — Geo. H. Dyer ; Assist- 
ant Foreman — Frank P. Mott. 

Hose Co. No. 3 — Located on Lexington street, near Passage 
avenue. Foreman — Edward Irwin; Assistant Foreman — 
Charles Wilhelm. 

Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1 — Located on Fourth street near 
Fordham avenue. Foreman — Wm. McGill ; Assistant Fore- 
man — George Castle. 

Hook and Ladder Co. No. 2 — Located on Bronx street near 
Boston road. Foreman — John Robertson ; Assistant Foreman 
— ^lichael Finigan. 



ELECTION DISTRICTS. 

First District, comprising all that portion of the Town 
bounded on the East by Willis Avenue; on the North by Cot- 
tage street, extending westerly to Harlem river ; and on the 
south and Avest by Harlem river. 

Second District, bounded on the west by Willis avenue ; on 
the north by 147th street to St. Ann's avenue and Westchester 
Railroad street ; and on the south and east by the town line, 
East river and Harlem river. 

Third District, bounded on the south by Grove street ; on 



MOEEISANIA DIRECTOEY. 133 

the east by the Harlem Eailroad and Mill Brook ; on the west 
by the Harlem river ; and on the north by the town line. 

Fourth District, bounded on the south by Cottage street ; on 
the east by Boston Eoad or Third ave. ; on the north by Mary 
street ; and on the west by the Harlem Eailroad. 

Fifth District, bounded on the south by Westchester Eail- 
road street, and 147th street ; on the east by the town line ; 
on the west by Third avenue ; and on the north by Cliff street. 

Sixth District, bounded on the south by Mary street ; on 
the north by Mill Brook ; on the east by Third avenue ; 
and on the west by the Harlem Eailroad. 

Seventh District, bounded on the south by Mill Brook and 
Cliff street ; on the west by Mill Brook ; on the north by Fourth 
street, Springy Place and George street ; and on the east by 
the town line. 

Eighth District, bounded on the south by Fourth street,. 
Spring Place and George street ; on the west by Mill Brook; 
and on the north and east by the town line. 



NEWSPAPEES. 

Westchester County Journal, (Independent,) James Still- 
man, Editor and Publisher. Established April, 1852. 

Westchester Times, (Eepublican,) D. B. Frisbee, Editor and 
Publisher. Established January, 1865. 

Westchester Deutsche Zeitung, (Democratic,) 1). Biermas- 
ter, Pubhsher. EstabUshed May, 1868. 



CHUECHE8. 

Episcopal (St. Paul's). — Fordham ave., above Eighth street. 
Bev. Thomas E. Harris, Eector. Services at 10:30 a. m., 7:30 
p. m. Sunday school at 3 p. m. 

Trinity Church. — George street near Boston road. Serv- 
ices every Sunday at 10:30 a. m„ and 3:30 p. m. Sunday 
school at 2 p. m. 

St. Mapcy's Church. — Garden street. The Eev. Chas. S. 
Knapp, Eector. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun- 
day school at 9 a. m. 

St. Ann's, (Episcopal.) — 138th street, cor. St. Ann's avenue. 
Eev. W. Huckle. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 4 p. m, 
Sunday school 9:15 a. m. 



134 MORRIS ANI A DIRECTORY. 

Potts Memohial Presbytekian. — Washin(2:ton avenue, bet. 
Fifth and Sixth streets. Rev. Arthur Potts. Services at 10:30 
a. m. and 3:30 p. m. Sunday school at 3:30 p. m. 

First M. E. Church — Cor. Willis avenue and 141st street. 
Rev. L. P. Perr> . Services at 10:30 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. 
Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. 

Methodist Episcgpal. — Washington avenue, cor. Fourth 
street. Rev. T. B. Smith. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. 
Sunday school at 2 p. m. 

Methodist Episcopal, (German.) — Washington avenue, op- 
posite ^[elrose street. Rev, J. Meyer. kServices at 10:30 a.m. 
and 7:30 p. m. 

St. Paul's A. M. E. Church. — Washington avenue, corner 
Springfield street. Preaching at 3 p. m and 7:30 p. m. 

Reformed Dutch. — Boston road and Cottage street. Rev. 
llasbrouck DuBois. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 3:30 p. m. 
Sunday school at 9 a. ni. 

Dutch Reformed, — Washington avenue, bet. Melrose and 
Prospect streets. Rev. George AVindemuth. Services at 10:30 
•a. m and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 2 p. m. 

German Evang. Lutheran (St. ^Iatthews.) — Courtland ave., 
bet. Mary and Springfield streets. Rev. E. G. Zeumer. Serv- 
ices at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m, Sunday school at 1:30 p. m. 

First Congregational. — Washington avenue, bet. Third 
and Fourth streets. Rev. W. W^esterfield. Services at 10:30 
a. ni. and 7:30 p. m. 

Second Congregational Church. — Milton street, near Wash- 
ington avenue. Rev. Chas. Ritter. Services at 3 and 7:30 p. 
m. Sunday school at 2 p. m. 

St. Augustine's, (Roman Catholic) — Jefferson street, corner 
Franklin avenue. Sunday services. Masses at 8 and 10:30 
a. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p, m. Vespers at 3:30 p. m. 
Rev. J. Woods. 

Roman Catholic, (German. )Denman street, between Boston 
road and Courtland ave. Rev. Francis Karel. Masses at 8 
and 10 p. m. 

Baptist, — Cor, Courtland av and Milton street. Services at 
10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school 2 p. m. 

Baptist, (Pilgrims.) — Boston road. Rev. Mr. Lincoln. 
Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

Christian Meeting-IIouse. — Seventh street, bet. Fulton and 
Franklin avenues. Seats free. C. Abercrombie, preacher. 



MORBISANIA DIRECTORY. 135 

CHURCHES— TREMONT. 

Pkesbyterian. — Washington avenue, between Twelfth and 
Fitch streets. Rev. Alex. Nesbitt. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 
7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. 

House of Rest eok Coxsuaiptives. — Episcopal. — North side 
of Morris street, between Washington and Railroad avenues. 
Services with sermon every Sunday afternoon at 3:30 p. m. 

Mehodist EpiscorAL. — Washington avenue, bet. Morris and 
Mott streets. Rev. Paul R. Brown. Services at 10:30 a. m. 
.and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. 



TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. 

Crystal Stream division No. <S1, S. ofT., organized Oct. 16. 

1866. Edw. Mount, W. P. ; Smith Williamson, R. S. Meets 
Monday evenings, in Braun's hall, north side 113d street near 
Third avenue. 

Crystal Spring Division, No. 89, S. of T. Organized Dec. 

5, 1868. W. P., Prank T. Kirwin ; R. S., E. D. Davis. 
Meets Wednesday evenings in Hake's hall, corner Third ave- 
nue and Milton street. 

MoRRisANiA Division No. 317, S. of T., organized March 12, 
1868. George Bell, W. P. ; Gfeorge J. Brown, R. S. Meets 
Thursday evenings, in Odd Pellows' hall. Fifth street, between 
Railroad and Washington avenues. 

Pocahontas Lodge No. 234, I. 0. of G. T., organized Dec. 

6, 1870. E. D. Bassett, W. C. T. ; R. B. Austin, Secretary. 
Meets Thursday evenings, in Braun's hall, north side 143d 
street near Third avenue. 

Covenant Lodge No. 27, I. 0. of G. S., and D. of S., organ- 
ized Feb. 8, 1870. T. B. Buxton, ^Y. C. ; Wm. Rehfeld, R. S. 
Meets Friday evenings, in Hake's hall, corner Third avenue 
and Milton street. 

Tremont Division, No. 188, S. of T. Organized Ivlav 20, 

1867. W. P., William McDade ; R. S., Miss Sarah Tarbox. 
Meets Monday evenings in Firemens' hall, Morris street, be- 
tween Railroad and Washington avenues. 



G. A. R. 

Post Oliver Tildp:r No. 96, organized May 24, 1869. Com- 
mander, Geo.G. Chase ; Adjutant, Wesley Farrington. Meets 
on Tuesday evenings, in Schutzen's hal) Third avenue, between 
Fourth and Fifth streets. 



13() MOERISANIA DIRECTORY. 



MASONIC LODGES. 

LifA- Lodge No. 'M2, F. & A. M. Meets the First and Third 
Tuesday of each Month at Morrisania hall, Railroad avenue^ 
between Fourth and Fifth streets. Officers — John McGuire^ 
W. M. . Robert R. Sherwood, S. AV. ; George S. Bell, J. W. ;. 
Jos. Santos, Treas. ; Thomas W. Timpson, Sec'y. 

Ivy ChaptekNo. 288, R. A. M., meets the First and Third 
Tuesday of each Month at Morrisania hall, Railroad avenue 
between Fourth and Fifth streets. Officers — Edward Kirk, Jr., 
High Priest; John E. Comfort, M. D., King; Rol^ert R. Sher- 
wood, Scribe ; Henry Schmidt, Treas. ; George E. Sherwood, 
Secretary. 

Gavel Ijodge, No. 703, F. & A. M., meets every Friday 
eveninof at 7:30 P. M., at their hall, 143d street near Third 
avenue^ Officers— S. H. Mcllroy, M. ; J. H. G. Blythe, S. W. ;. 
C. S. Roder, J. W. ; G. A. J. Norman. Secretary ; I. W. Duns- 
more Treasurer. 

AViELAXD Lodge, F. &. A. M., U. D., meets every Wednesday 
evening at their rooms in Georgi's building. Third avenue near 
First street. Officers — Augustus Freudel, W. M. ; Henry 
Schmidt, S. W. ; Jacob Held, J. W. ; JohnEichler, Treasurer - 
Peter AVeyand, Secretary. 

Guiding Stab, No. 56.'^, F. & A. M., meets Second and Fourth 
Tuesday at Masonic hall, corner of Railroad avenue and Mott 
street, Tremont. Officers — R. Leigh Anderton, Jr., W. M. ; 
AVilliam Herring, S. ^Y. ; Richard Hillman, J. W. ; William 
A. (xre^-e. Treasurer : Carey I). Stearns, Secretary. 



ODD FELLOWS LODGES. 

MoRiiisAxiA Lodge, No. 171, I. 0. of 0. F., Meets every 
AVednesday evening in Odd Fellows hall, Fifth street, between 
Railroad and AVashington avenues. Officers — Richard A. 
Cooke, N. G. ; John R. Smith, V. G. ; AVilliam Man waring, 
R. S. ; John H. Markham, P. S. ; AA'm R. Collins, Treasurer. 

Goethe Lodge, 193, I. 0. of 0. F.. Meets every Tuesday 
evening in Odd Fellows hall. Fifth street between Railroad 
and AVashington avenues. Officers — R. Zimmermann, N. G. i 
John lUiuer, \. G. ; Robert A'ollbrach, R. S. ; Joseph Buhler,. 
P. S. ; John Kuhorn, Treasurer. 



MOREISANIA DIEEOTORY. 137 



INCORPOEATED COMPANIES. 

Harlem Bridge, Morrisania and Fordham Eailway Company. 
President, Harford B. Kirk ; Treasurer, William Cauldwell ; 
Secretary, John B. Haskin ; Superintendent, Jas. J. Murphy. 

Directors : — John B. Haskin, Abraham B. Tappen, Henry ^ 
E. Eemson, William Eemson, Harford B. Kirk, William 
Cauldwell, Horace P. Whitney, Albert B. Whitney, Matthew 
B. Wynkoop, John J. Hallenbeck, Eichard M. Hoe, Phineas 
T. Barnum, Cornelius Bogart. 

Morrisania Steamboat Company. Office, corner 188tli street 
and Third avenue. President, H. H. Eobinson ; Treasurer, 
Thomas Eae ; Secretary, John Hopkins ; Superintendent, C. 
Longstreet. 

Westchester County Gas Light Company, organized July 18, 
1859. Authorized Capital, $500,000. Office, Mott Haven. 
Works, Port Morris. President, Eobert Campbell ; Secretary 
and Superintendent, AVm E. Beal ; Treasurer, E. A. Brick. 

Board of Directors : — Eobert Campbell, John J. Crane, S. 
D. Gifford, Edward Willis, Eiley A. Brick, William E. Beal, 
Charles Bathgate, Charles Stillman. 

Suburban Gas Light Company, organized June 11, 1870. 
Authorized Capital, $125,000. Office, Eailroad avenue near 
Mott street, Tremont. Works, on Bronx river, West Earms. 
President, Charles W. Bathgate; Secretary and Consulting 
Engineer, Wm E. Beal ; Treasurer, E. A. Brick. 

Board of Directors ; — Cliarles W. Bathgate, Frederick Grote, 
Philip Duffy, Wm Herring, Eiley A. Brick, Wm. E. Beal, 
James Cummings. 

German Savings Bank, Hake's building, corner Milton street 
and Third avenue. Bank cpen Daily from 10 A. M., to 3 
P. M. Monday and Saturday evenings from 6 to 9 P. M. De- 
posits received from 10 cents to $5,000. Six per cent interest 
allowed on all sums from $5 to $5,000 free of Government tax. 
President, Gustavus Pfeiffer ; 1st Vice-President, Gen. Eranz 
^igel ; 2d Vice-President, F. Heyer ; Treasurer, A. J. Braud- 
lacht ; Cashier and Secretary, Wm. Hoeland. 

Morrisania Savings Bank, corner Westchester road and 
Third avenue. Open Daily from 10 A. M., to 3 P. M., also on 
Monday and Saturday evenings from 5 to 8 P. M. Six per 



138 MOEEISANIA DIRECTOEY. 

rent interest free of Government tax allowed on all sums from 
$1 to $5,000. President, H. P. DeGraaf ; Treasurer, Alfred 
Knapp ; Secretary, Eugene Eing. 



MANUFACTUEEES. 

Janes & Kirtland, Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron Work. 
Foundry, Westchester Eoad near Benson avenue. Warerooms, 
Nos. 6, 8, 10 and 12 Eeade street, N. Y. John S. Sanson, 
Superintendent. 

The Jordan L. Mott Iron Works. Foundry, Third ave., and 
Harlem Bridge. Warerooms, 98 Beekman street, N. Y. 
Superintendent, John Demarest. 

Dunham & Co., Piano Factory, Morrisania, between Mary 
& Melrose streets. Warerooms, 881 Broadway, N. Y. 

The Arion Pip.no Manufacturing Company, Westchester, 
Eaiboad street, between Eetreat & St. Ann's avs. Wm. Simp- 
son, jr.. President ; Geo. C. Manner, Superintendent. 



P A E K S . 



Karl's Park, Eetreat avenue, between 147th & Henry streets. 
Christian Schftffer, Proprietor. 

Sylvan Park, foot of Fifth street, oj^posite H. E. E. depot. 
Henry Fried gen. Proprietor. 



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